Bring your family for a farm-fun evening at Explore-It-Torium, the Children’s Museum of Marion.
Nourse Ford of Chillicothe and the Ross County Farm Bureau will collect donations from Farm Bureau members and the community at the Ross County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting on Aug. 29, 2019.
The summer council packet has two new discussion guides; both feature issues briefings directly from American Farm Bureau Federation policy. These topics should give community councils a few options for their meetings into late summer. Ohio Farm Bureau values input…
Our members are what make our organization strong…Do you know anyone else in your community who you think would benefit from a Farm Bureau membership like you? Invite them to join you for our kick-off meeting to learn more.
The November 2018-April 2019 Discussion Guide for Community Councils includes six discussion topics, giving groups a few options for meetings scheduled through the winter and into spring. Participation from community council members ensures Ohio Farm Bureau continues to focus on critical issues, create better…
You are invited to the Marion County Farm Bureau and Soil and Water Conservation District’s Annual Meeting, Thurs., Aug. 23. If you have never been to the annual meeting, we encourage you to join us this year and learn more about what our organizations are doing in the county and your community. Tickets are $15 and include entertainment by Adam Garman, a comedian and third generation farmer.
You are officially invited to join us for dinner at the Morrow County Annual Meeting on Wed., Aug. 15. We encourage you to join us this year and learn more about what our organization is doing in the county and your community. Tickets are $10 and include Bluegrass music by the Muleskinner Band.
Three times a year, Ohio Farm Bureau staff goes on a tour to see parts of Ohio agriculture and the food chain they may have not seen before, plus enjoy an opportunity to get to know each other better. In…
Dates are set for the 2018 Farm Bureau cooking demonstrations at the Shelby Farmers’ Market.
Richland County Farm Bureau met twice in late summer to prepare the organization for the upcoming year and a strong future.