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Pickaway County Farm Bureau and Pickaway Soil & Water joint annual meeting 2021 takes place Sept. 2.
State trustee Mike Videkovich provides this summary of key items covered during the June state board meeting, as well as some other news items.
The Pickaway County Buyers Club purchased 65 livestock projects plus 18 add-ons.
The goal of the Farms to Foodbanks 2.0 project is to encourage students to pursue critical careers in the meat industry and help feed hungry families.
The March double donations campaign benefits youth livestock exhibitors at the Pickaway County Fair.
The grants will be used for Foodpreneur Meat School and to help students gain practical experience in meat processing.
Past Ohio Farm Bureau education specialist Judy Roush is now in the daylily business with her daughter, Becky Moehl, at Darby Creek Fields and Flowers.
Pickaway County Farm Bureau earned the prestigious Milestone award for achieving active farmer and ag professional member gain.
Farm Bureau state board meeting highlights from Trustee Mike Videkovich
April 14 and 21, Foodpreneurs will engage with experts in branding, sales, marketing, and more to learn strategies to meet growth goals.