Noble County Farm Bureau President Jason Feldner, and Young Ag Professionals representative Raegan Feldner, traveled to Washington, D.C. to visit face-to-face with lawmakers.Read More
President Jason Feldner conducted the Noble County Farm Bureau annual meeting of members Friday, Aug. 5, at the Floral Hall, Noble County Fairgrounds in Caldwell. At this meeting the members voted on proposed policies, code change and selected trustees for the board of trustees as well as delegates to the Ohio Farm Bureau 2023 Annual Meeting.
Dinner was served by Hog Hollow BBQ. Policy issues included support for protecting our waterways, broadband expansion, noxious weed control, and land issues.
The program also featured presentations of awards to outstanding contributors to the organization and dedicated volunteers from this past year. Several volunteers were recognized as membership workers this year. One hundred percent board attendance award was presented to Jason Feldner and Don Archer. Ninety percent board attendance award went to Clair Schockling
Senior Organization Director Betsy Anderson stated, “Farm Bureau depends on volunteers to accomplish our goals and policies. Noble County is very blessed with dedicated people to serve on their board of trustees and as membership volunteers.”
Outstanding programs recognized were the Noble County Jr. Fair Skillathon and the county legislative breakfast held this spring.
Attendees also enjoyed a visit by the Ohio Farm Bureau logo cement truck from Smith Concrete.