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Farm Bureau Updates

Western Maryland Trucking Forum

Maryland Farm Bureau (MDFB) is hosting a Western Maryland farm trucking forum in the spring of 2021. Representatives from the Maryland State Highway Administration, Maryland State Police, and Maryland Vehicle Administration will be on hand to present and answer questions.

This forum will be held from 9:00am – 1:00pm at the following location:


Maryland Farm Bureau members, farmers, and truck drivers are invited to this forum to discuss the issues facing farmers on rural roads and state highways. With spring planting, members can hear firsthand how the latest trucking rules and regulations can affect their business. Farmers and truck drivers are encouraged to ask questions about IRP’s, permits, tags and weight limits. Updated farm trucking manuals will be available. 

Registration will be limited to 50 guests per location! You must register ahead of time in order to attend so hurry fast before it is too late! CDC Guidelines will be followed in accordance with each County. There is a $15.00 fee for non-members OR $70.00 fee for a one-year membership. Donuts and coffee will be served.

Register here!

 

INSPIRING OUR FUTURE

It’s a priority at Garrett County Farm Bureau to give our next generation the tools they need to succeed, while improving the embarrassing level of food awareness in our communities.

The Garrett County Farm Bureau hosted their annual Miss Contest in conjunction with tours of Cove Pastures, owners Chester & Trish Yoder, on Sunday, July 26th. The 2020 Miss Garrett County Agriculture was named as Emma Carr, daughter of  Rodney and Staci Carr of Accident, MD. Learn more here. 

Learn about Maryland Farm Bureau’s Scholarship programs

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