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July 19–24, 2pm–8pm
Visit the Crawford County Farm Bureau Tent at the county fair. The tent will feature an agricultural education area with interactive games and activities along with Farm Bureau and agricultural information.
July 24, 8am–12pm
Enjoy breakfast on the farm at Swallow Barn Sheep Farm. After your breakfast, you can enjoy a self-guided tour of the sheep farm.
July 24, 6pm–9pm
Join Wood County Farm Bureau for an evening of sampling wine and beer from local businesses. Food trucks will be on-site.
July 27, 6pm–8pm
Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy ice cream for all members of the family as well as a dairy industry update.
July 28, 7pm–9:30pm
Join the Crawford County Farm Bureau and the Crawford County Cattlemen's Association on July 28, 2021 for the annual Crawford County carcass show.
July 29–August 6, All day
Ohio Farm Bureau Presents: Canadian Rockies by Train July 29, 2021 through Aug. 6, 2021. Behold spectacular Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks.
July 31, 8am–12pm
Enjoy a breakfast on the farm at Brugmann Farms. After your breakfast, you can enjoy a self-guided tour of the cattle farm.
July 31, 12:30pm–3pm
Preble County Farm Bureau invites you to our Ice Cream Social & Annual Meeting July 31 at the Toney Building on the Preble County Fairgrounds.
August 1, 5:30pm–8pm
Aug. 1, come to a farm dinner fundraiser benefiting Drug Free Clubs of America's M.A.D.E., a nationally recognized drug prevention and education program for youth.
August 1, 5:30pm–8:30pm
M.A.D.E. on the Farm dinner raises funds to empowers Ross County youth to stay drug-free