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County Farm Bureau Round-up - Dec. 2010

Published Dec. 15, 2010 | Discuss this article on Facebook
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This gentleman purchased a pygmy goat from Dry Run Acres Pygmy Goat Farm, featured in Butler County's diaries.

Whatís happening in your county Farm Bureau?

Below are some recent local highlights and upcoming local Farm Bureau events throughout Ohio. Click the links in each highlight to read/learn more.

See what else your county Farm Bureau is up to in OFBF.orgís county blogs.

  • Northeast Ohio county Farm Bureaus are offering members multiple chances to win cash prizes for simply renewing their memberships by Dec. 31, 2010. The promotion is explained well on Ashland County Farm Bureauís blog.
  • Mahoning County Farm Bureauís Jenifer Weaver was named Ohio Farm Bureauís 2010 Excellence in Agriculture award winner. She is featured on Mahoning County Farm Bureauís blog this month.

Lending a helping hand

Coming upÖ

The following upcoming meetings are being held/sponsored by local Farm Bureaus:

Dec. 17 Ė Ohio State University Extension is holding an Ag Outlook in Darke County at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Versailles, Ohio. RSVP is required. Details on the Darke County Farm Bureau blog.

Jan. 6 Ė Coshocton, Knox and Licking County residents interested in learning more about local Oil and Gas leasing will want to attend an informational meeting at Licking Valley High School in Newark. Details on the Coshocton County Farm Bureau blog.

Jan. 13 Ė Learn more about feeding wildlife and wild birds at a seminar held at Copley Feed in Summit County. Details on Summit County Farm Bureauís blog.

Jan. 26 Ė Itís Farm Electrical Safety Day in northwest Ohio. This free event is open to allĖ farming members of Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative, Prism Propane, & local Farm Bureau Members of Hancock, Seneca, & Wood Coís. Pre-registration is required. More details in this flyer from the Wood County Farm Bureau blog.



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