From a Torque Amplifier to a 2-point Fast-Hitch, there’s a lot to be admired about an antique tractor.
Mark your calendars for Sunday, July 12 for this year’s Farm Factor Progressive Farm Dinner.
On Jan. 30 and 31, the Ohio Farm Bureau Young Ag Professionals Committee hosted over 500 Young Ag Professionals in Columbus for this year’s winter conference. For more information about how to become more involved in this rapidly growing program…
Board President Greg Garman and Public Policy Action Team Leader Mike Anderson met with representatives and Senate members Feb. 25 for Ohio Farm Bureau’s Ag Day at the Capital.
Make plans to join us for our annual Public Policy Development Breakfast on Thursday, March 26 at 7:30 a.m. at Frisch’s on Bridge St. Invites just went out, so mark your calendars.
Join us on Thursday, March 12 from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m. for the annual Farmers Care Breakfast at the Ross County Service Center. Breakfast is only $1 and is open to the public.
We are currently looking for NEW Farm Bureau members! Membership is the lifeblood of the organization and we want to continue to expand our local and state programming so join us in our new member campaign! We have lots of…
The Ross County Farm Bureau Scholarship applications are available online or you can call the Farm Bureau office at 1 800 992 3276 and we will mail you one. Applications are due April 1. Attachments RossScholarship2015.pdf
The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation has re-elected Steve Hirsch of Chillicothe as its president, which is the highest elected office in the state’s largest and most inclusive farm organization. His re-election took place during the 96th annual meeting of Ohio Farm Bureau, held Dec. 10 – 12 in Columbus.
Ross County Farm Bureau celebrated another successful year with the 3rd Annual Farm Factor event which covered more than 50 miles of rural roads in the Bainbridge/Greenfield area. The four stops were: Paint Creek Whitetails, the Williams Farm, the Ratliff Farm…