About OFBF

Licking County

Page of 1 previous page next page

Young Family Farm Connections Wine and 'Shine Tour

Published Apr. 17, 2015

Join young couples and individuals Saturday, June 13 as they tour and taste the wine and moonshine in Licking County. This tour will take you to Buckeye Winery, Sand Hollow Winery, Mill Street Distillery and will end with a viewing of the movie Farmland.  Lunch, dinner, and bus transportation are provided.  The cost is $25/person or $40/couple and age between 21 and 40. Contact Licking County Farm...


Breakfast for only $1

Published Feb. 13, 2015

Join us for our annual Farmer's Share Breakfast on March 14th at the Newton Elementary School.  There will be children's activities, scavenger hunt, displays, and much more.  Meet our local officials as they cook and serve breakfast.  For more details, see the attached flyer....

Scholarship Available!

Published Feb. 5, 2015

Attention Farm Bureau parents!  Do you have a child that will be attending college this fall?  The Licking County Farm Bureau is offering a limited number of study grants to qualified students.   See attached application and flyer for more information....

Farm Bureau Benefits Bonanza & Membership Kick Off

Published Jan. 21, 2015

Join us for lunch and learn more about your Farm Bureau benefits, discounts, and partnerships.  Sign up as a new member or bring in a new membership to this event and earn $20 in cash!  This informational meeting will be held on January 24th at noon at the Utica High School on Jefferson Street in Utica.  Make the most of your member benefits in 2015!  RSVP to 800.964.8184 or [email protected]...

Important CAUV Meeting Nov. 10

Published Nov. 4, 2014

Join us at the Utica High School Nov. 10 for our CAUV Informational Meeting.  Learn about how your taxes are calculated and how it affects your property.  Speakers will be Tony Seegers, Director of State Policy, Ohio Farm Bureau, and Amy Milam, Director of Legal Education, Ohio Farm Bureau. They will be explaining the CAUV calculation and how it will affect Knox and Licking County landowners in 20...

YAP Conference

YAP Winter Conference

Published Sep. 18, 2014

Attention young adults ages 18-35, single and married, who share a passion for farming, rural living, and/or local foods.  This conference is for full or part-time farmers, Extension agents, teachers, consumer educators, media reporters, livestock and equine enthusiasts, beekeepers, green industry employees, gardeners, and foodies.  Whether you have half an acre or 5,000 acres, we have a place for...

Page of 1 previous page next page

County Information

  • Member Benefits

  • Working cooperatively on local issues
  • Leadership development, networking, social gatherings
  • Special savings from local businesses
  • join ofbf now