Feb 9, 2024

WARSAW, NY – The Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for the 15th annual Pride of Wyoming County Agriculture Dinner, presented by Channel Seed, and scheduled for Saturday, March 2, 2024, at the North Java Fire Hall. Doors open at 5:00 PM, dinner begins at 6:00 PM with the award program beginning at 7:30 PM.

The Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism office partners annually with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County, the Wyoming County Soil and Water Conservation District, and members of the agriculture community including farms and agri-businesses. The sell-out event celebrates and recognizes the important impact of agriculture in Wyoming County.

The Pride of Wyoming County Agriculture Dinner is open to the public and is a sell-out event. Tickets are $45.00 per person or a table of 8 for $350.00 and may be purchased by calling (585) 786-0307 or online at Sponsorships are also still available, please contact the Chamber for more information or click here.

“The Pride of Agriculture dinner is a true celebration of our agriculture tradition in Wyoming County,” said Chamber & Tourism President Scott Gardner. “We are excited to be celebrating the fifteenth year of this recognition event and are very fortunate to have a strong agricultural sector recognized as a leader in New York and the nation. We can all take great pride in their hard work that provides jobs and critical value to our important food supply.”

The Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism office will present the Agri-Business of the Year award to Burley Berries and Blooms-The Creamery. This award is given annually to an agri-business that exhibits any or all of the following criteria including expansion projects, job growth, community involvement, and contributions that strengthen the agricultural industry.
The Good Neighbor Award will be presented to Walter Faryna, Halo Farms, LLC, and the Friend of Agriculture award will be presented to Rosemary “Rosie” Shader. These awards are given by the Wyoming County Farm Bureau and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County.

The Wyoming County Soil and Water Conservation District will also present the annual Conservation District Farm of the Year award to Deere Stone Farms, LLC; the Ronald P. Herman Partner of the year award to Matt Havens, Soil Scientist, USDA/NRCS; and the Agricultural Environmental Management award to Spencer Brothers Farms, LLC.

Special thanks to the following Gold Sponsors of the Wyoming County Pride of Agriculture Dinner: Allied Financial Partners; Atlas Ag Services, LLC; Attica Veterinary Associates, P.C.; Boulder Enterprises, LLC; Carolina Eastern-Crocker; Charcoal Corral; CSS Farms, LLC; Elitsac Inc.; Farm Credit East, ACA; Farm Family Insurance Company; Foote and Meyer, PLLC; Genesee Community College; Gibney Monument Works; J + S Castile Ag Services, Inc; M&T Bank; Ortel Supply Inc.; Perry Veterinary Clinic; PikeSide Ag Machinery, LLC; Reisdorf Brothers, Inc.; Tompkins Community Bank; Wick Construction LLC; WNY Medicare Advisors; Wyoming Co Soil & Water Conservation District.

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