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OFBF President Frank Burkett with AFBF President Zippy Duvall

Ohio Agriculture Connecting for Issues and a Cure

Friends – When the agriculture community gets together to solve a problem, good things happen. As we make plans for this year’s Cultivating a Cure, I get the feeling we might be creating a new tradition of excellent collaboration and teamwork. As a result of your participation, the Ohio agricultural leadership community was able to support cancer treatment and prevention research at The Comprehensive Cancer Center—Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute at The Ohio State University with a contribution of more than $430,000.

This year’s event will be held Sunday, August 19th, at the Clardale Farms in Canal Fulton, Ohio. Please accept this invitation for you and your guest, and share this opportunity with your network of friends, family and community partners. Children also are welcome to this family-friendly event with activities for all ages. Our goal is to involve as many people as possible in our efforts to connect as an agricultural community and recognize our responsibility to support efforts to find a cure to a disease that has impacted many of our lives and families.

We hope to see you on August 19th

-Brent Porteus



When: August 19th, 2018

  • 12 pm – Social Hour 
  • 1 pm – Program

Where: Clardale Dairy

             10794 Strausser St. NW 

             Canal Fulton, OH 44614

Special guest:

Zippy Duvall

President ,

American Farm Bureau Federation

Click here for details and to register

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