2016 Hancock County Farm Bureau's Women's Committee photo contest
CARTHAGE, Ill. – Area youth and adults are invited to submit their photographs for the Hancock County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee annual photo contest from now through July 17. Photos must have been taken in Hancock County during the past three years, and depict life in rural America. Winning photos will be featured in the Hancock County Farm Bureau’s 2016 calendar, on their website www.hancockcountyfarmbureau.com, and highlighted throughout the year on the Hancock County Farm Bureau Facebook page and other promotional materials. Prizes will be awarded to winners in both Adult & Youth (18 & under) divisions.
Entries may be submitted by emailing photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or by dropping them off at the Hancock County Farm Bureau Office, 544 Wabash Ave, in Carthage. Entries should include submitter’s name, address, phone, email and division (Adult or Youth). All digital entries must be high resolution photographs (at least 300 dpi). No professional photos will be accepted. Previous winning photographs are not eligible.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Hancock County Farm Bureau at 217.357.3141.
Photos must be submitted by July 17th, 2015.
2014 Hancock County Farm Bureau Photo Contest
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2014 Hancock County Farm Bureau Photo Contest
The Hancock County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee is planning its annual photo contest. Winning photos will be
featured in the Hancock County Farm Bureau’s 2015 calendar and also on our website.
Photos can be submitted in one of the six categories:
Life on the Farm
From the Front Porch
Generations: From One to Another
At Home in the Country
If Barns Could Talk
***Photos must be taken in Hancock County.
Entries can be submitted to the Hancock County Farm Bureau office by emailing: email@example.com or by dropping them off
at: 544 Wabash Ave in Carthage.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at: 217.357.3141.
***Photos must be submitted by July 18th, 2014.
2013 Hancock County Farm Bureau Photo Contest
We would like to say "Thank You" to all who entered photos for the 2013 Hancock County Farm Bureau Women's Committee photo contest. There is a tremendous amount of very talented photographers living here in Hancock County!!
Cover - photo submitted by: Jillian Vass
January - photo submitted by: Dan Hanson Family
February - photo submitted by: Dan Hanson Family
March - photo submitted by: Leia Morrison
April - photo submitted by: Marilee Jacquot
May - photo submitted by: Amanda Crumrine
June - photo submitted by: Kari Jefferson
July - photo submitted by: Dianne Balmer
September - photo submitted by: Gretchen Blythe
August - photo submitted by: Dan Hanson Family
October - photo submitted by: Lindsey Leach
November - photo submitted by: Susan Starr
December - photo submitted by: Kari Jefferson
Hancock County Farm Bureau – Celebrating our Past
100 Years of History
On March 27, 1913 farmers met at the court-house in Carthage to form what is today Hancock County Farm Bureau. This first organization was called the Soil Improvement Association. April 1, 1918 the name was changed to Hancock County Farm Bureau.
In 1919 Hancock County Farm Bureau along with other Farm Bureau’s, organized the Illinois Agricultural Association.
In 1923, the organization was instrumental in forming a cooperative for the purchase and distribution of petroleum products. They were also able, thru the I.A.A., to promote legislation of the Capper-Volstead Act, which allows cooperatives to function.
In 1926, farmers had a need for affordable insurance for farm vehicles. HCFB along with other FB’s in Illinois and IAA found solutions by forming their own insurance company, today’s County Companies.
n the 30’s there was a need for electric power in rural areas, and HCFB was instrumental in seeing that every farm would have electricity available by helping to organize with Western Illinois Electric Co-Op.
In the late 30’s & 40’s, Prairie Farms Dairy, Interstate Producers Livestock Assoc. and Hancock Grain Co. came into being for the express purpose of providing a better means of selling commodities.
The Hancock Supply Company was another crucial component in HCFB’s history, as it was the largest livestock health supply company in the county and kept the organization flourishing for years.
And so it had gone up until the present…Farmers seeing needs and then finding solutions.
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