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OFBF upcoming events and reminders — July 24, 2018

Events:
Grazing Workshop, Hillsboro, July 24
Farm Bureau Fundraising Night at Texas Roadhouse, Niles, July 24
Manure Science Review, Forest, July 25
Home Canning and Food Safety, Canfield, July 26
Muck Crops Field Day, Willard, July 26
Selling Timber, Bryan, July 26
Union County Local Food Fight, Marysville, July 28
Agriculture Acre at Medina County Fair, Medina, July 29-Aug. 5
Ohio State Fair 50 Year Club Meeting, Columbus, July 30
Monroe County Annual Meeting, Sardis, Aug. 2
Dinner in the Fields, New Vienna, Aug. 3
From Tap to Flush Tour, Norwalk, Aug. 3
Vintage Ohio, Kirtland, Aug. 3-4
Destination Farm Bureau, Richland County Fair, Aug. 5-11
Essentials of Farm Transition Planning, South Bloomfield, Aug. 6
Highland County Annual Meeting, Hillsboro, Aug. 7
Guernsey County Annual Meeting, Cambridge, Aug. 7
Hardin County Annual Meeting, Kenton, Aug. 7
Essentials for Retirement Workshop, Lima, Aug. 8
Wayne County Annual Meeting, Wooster, Aug. 9
Agricultural Drainage Workshop, London, Aug. 9
Adams County Annual Meeting, West Union, Aug. 9
Wyandot Annual Meeting, Upper Sandusky, Aug. 9
Noble County Annual Meeting, Caldwell, Aug. 10

Reminders:

Did you know Ohio Farm Bureau is active on LinkedIn? It’s just one more way to connect with your Farm Bureau.

Ohio Farm Bureau has established the Ohio Farm Bureau Energy Program. The program will assist members in making energy choices, shopping for energy, learning about rebate options and determining the best ways to manage their energy resources.

Fertilizer certification and recertification courses are being offered across the state through Ohio State University Extension.

Farm Bureau has developed a set of steps landowners can take to address concerns about drainage and soil remediation caused by pipeline installation.

One of the greatest challenges for many small businesses and sole proprietors is filling the need for health care for themselves and their employees. The Ohio Farm Bureau Health Benefits Plan is available to qualified participants.

Learn more about OFBF’s membership categories. Know a young person in agriculture age 18 to 24? Invite him or her to become a Young Active Member.

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