Pickaway County Farm Bureau

On behalf of Pickaway County Buyers Club, I would like to invite you to help us make a positive impact on the youth in our county. Buyer’s Club uses all donations made to purchase as many junior fair livestock projects as possible while also making sure that each individual is receiving a fair market price for their animal. Buyer’s Club relies on donations to make this possible and this is a great opportunity to participate in the livestock sale without being present.

Last year we raised $30,000 and with that we were able to purchase a total of 60 livestock projects. We are extremely proud to say that we were able to bid on 95% of the animals that went through the sale ring. We had such an awesome year at the fair and we can’t wait to see the difference we can make this year. 

We hope you will be able to make a donation this year to continue supporting the youth in our county. Because of your generous donations, junior fair exhibitors are rewarded for spending  countless hours working hard on their livestock projects. Your continued contribution will encourage them to expand their hard work into bigger and better projects in their future endeavors.

You can help support the Junior Fair Exhibitors by donating with cash, check or credit card to the Pickaway County Farm Bureau. Please put buyers club in memo line. Donations of $1-$249 will feature your name or business on our Buyer’s Club banner hanging in Heritage Hall. Donations of $250+ will feature your business logo on our banner. Donations must be made by May 3, 2024 to be included on the banner.

Please feel free to contact me or the Pickaway County Farm Bureau office with questions or concerns. Thank you for your continued support and we hope to see you at the fair!

Kayla Steerman
Pickaway County Farm Bureau
Buyers Club Committee Chair

My contact information:                                          
[email protected]                                          

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