brevard county farm bureau events
Hurricane Matthew Farm Damage Reminder
BREVARD COUNTY FARM BUREAU MEMBERS: PLEASE REPORT ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY HURRICANE MATTHEW TO YOUR LOCAL FARM SERVICE AGENCY. CONTACTS ARE LISTED BELOW.
FARM SERVICE AGENCY
1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane Kissimmee, FL 34744
407-847-4201 Ext. 2 (Phone)
Brevard County Farm Bureau is cosponsoring the 5th Annual Run Thru Ranch 5 k
April30 , 2016
Awards, Medals and Door Prizes
Run/Walk through the Kempfer Ranch!
Proceeds benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The Brevard County Annual Meeting was held on October 13, 2015
With over 200 members and guests attending. Florida Farm Bureau Federation John Hoblick attended the meeting as well. Board of Directors meeting was held and two additional board members were added.....Stacey Sledd-DeMoss and Tina Nail.
Brevard County Farm Bureau President Tom Schuller’s opening remarks at the Annual Meeting on October 13, 2015.
Members and guests attending BCFB Annual Meeting on October 13, 2015.
Left to right: Rep. Tom Goodson (Dist. 50 – R) accepting Champion of Agriculture Awards from Florida Farm Bureau Federation President John Hoblick at 2015 BCFB Annual Meeting.
The Florida Farm Bureau Federation Convention (10/28 - 10/20)
Voting delegates are Tom Schuller - President, Laurie Schuller - member and Women's Chair and David Webb - Secretary.
Also attending is BCFB Treasurer Mike Brown.
Farm City Week is being observed from 11/19 thru 11/25, 2015.
Call to Order - Tom Schuller
Pledge of Allegiance i Invocation
Introduction of Staff - Steve Rusnak
Recognition of Guests & Public Officials
Champion of Agriculture Awards
Nominating Committee Report
Other Business or Announcements
Dessert Winner Announced
Door Prizes & 43" TV Drawing
Thank you for attending our
Annual Meeting and Dinner.
Your continued support
is greatly appreciated .
In this Thanksgiving season most of us gather with our families and
reflect upon our many blessings. One of those blessings is a nutritious and
abundant food supply produced by our farmers and ranchers.
We also benefitfrQm otheragricu/turalproducts Used tQproduce.
clothing, housing, medicines, fuel- products we use on a daily basis.
These basic necessities are available to us because of a broad part..,
nership of farmers and ranchers, processors, brokers, truckers, shippers,
advertisers, wholesalers and retailers . .The collaboration of these members
of our society helps maintain our standard of living.
In appreciation of our farm-citypartnerships, the President of the
United States annually proclaims the week leading up to and including
.Thanksgiving Day as National Farm-City Week..
Neither the farm nor the city can exist in isolation. Our interdependence
creates jobs, markets and relationships that build our economy and
support our collective security.
As we celebrate Thanksgiving, we urge you to remember the farmcity
relationships that have allowed us to create an exceptional quality of
life for all Floridians and give thanks forall that we enjoy.
January 15, 2015
2015 Brevard County Farm Bureau and the Brevard County Cattleman’s Association annual agricultural Legislative Luncheon
With over 75 of our local Florida State and Brevard County legislative reps and officials in attendance, this luncheon provided an opportunity to discuss some of our agricultural interests and concerns.
|Brevard County Farm Bureau
111 Virginia Ave Cocoa, FL. 32922
Phone: 321-636-4370 / Fax: 321-632-2858