OAC will induct William Haddad of Danville, the late Don Loudenslager of Morral, Roy Loudenslager of Marion, and Gerald Mast of Millersburg into the 2015 Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame for their lifetime of service and dedication to Ohio's agriculture community in August. They will join more than 200 prior recipients named since 1966 when the program was incepted.
To learn more about the Hall of Fame Inductees, click here.
OAC annually offers scholarships to assist students pursuing a career in agriculture.
Scholarships are available to high school seniors preparing to enter college or any undergraduate student currently enrolled in college.
Click here to see the list of this year's winners.
OAC holds two member meetings per year at various central Ohio venues and features educational guest speakers. OAC events also provide members the opportunity to network with others who share common goals, interests and careers.
The fall meeting will be Thursday, Nov. 19.
OAC is a proud supporter of the Ohio Livestock Coalition's youth education program called For Your InFARMation.
Designed to help third grade students better understand where their food comes from, FYI focuses on how Ohio livestock farmers help feed our communities, our state and our world.
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Six Ohio high school and college students have been selected to
receive scholarships for the 2015-2016 school year.
The Ohio Agricultural Council includes organizations, companies and individuals who have an interest in the well-being and promotion of the agricultural industry in Ohio. OAC holds two meetings per year at various central Ohio venues and features educational and entertaining guest speakers. OAC also sponsors the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame Awards at the Ohio State Fair.
The Ohio Agricultural Council is a great way to network with Ohio's agricultural leaders and promote Ohio's number one industry!