Agricultural nutrient management and water quality is an issue that has been receiving a lot of attention. Recent water quality challenges have placed new expectations on farmers regarding nutrient management. Government, special interest groups, the media and the public expect farmers to help cleanup the state’s water resources. Sign up to attend the online meeting and receive the latest informat...
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Join us for a Cuyahoga Farm Bureau Family Fun Day at Brecksville Stables, located in the Brecksville Reservation Metroparks Sunday, April 21, 2013 from 11:30 to 3 p.m. Visit with the Metroparks Rangers and their horses, watch and learn how horses and riders manuever through trail obstacles in the indoor arena, enter to win a free 1/2 hour riding lesson and pick up current Farm Bureau member benef...
Quasar Energy Group, based in Cleveland, is featured in the March/April issue of Our Ohio magazine for its dedication to paving the way for alternative renewable energy resources. The company has nine anerobic digesters in Ohio, which convert organic materials into biogas that can be used as electricity, natural gas and fuel. Quasar plans to build 13 more by the end of 2013. “People think digester...
As a farmer in Ohio, you have a significant challenge bearing down quickly. Government, special interest groups, the media and the public all expect you to help clean up the state's water resources. If you aren't proactive, federal and state laws and regulations may mandate how you farm. A starting point is to commit to the principles of 4R Nutrient Stewardship; using the Right fertilizer sourc...
From the oil patch to city streets, over 10,000 miles of pipeline construction are expected in the next decade. These include interstate, intrastate, oil and gas collection, and public utility service lines throughout Ohio.Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Energy Policy Dale Arnold presented Pipeline Easement Issues during an online meeting held Wednesday, March 20 . Information about new rules gover...
Students at Bryden Elementary School in Beachwood, Ohio will incubate duck eggs as part of their Living Things science unit thanks to a generous grant from the Cuyahoga Farm Bureau to purchase an incubator for their science lab. Kindergarten, first, and second-grade students will watch embryos develop in April and see baby runner ducklings hatch in early May. "These ducks stand almost completely...
The Lorain County Farm Bureau will be hosting an Energy Issues & Land Preservation Meeting and it will be held on Monday, February 25 at New Russia Township Hall starting at 7:00 p.m. New Russia Township Hall is located at 46268 Butternut Ridge Road, Oberlin which is west of State Route 58. Refreshments will be provided and there is no cost to attend. We welcome both Farm Bureau members and...
Agricultural producers or anyone involved in the agricultural related businesses are invited to an open forum event Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013 at the Lake County Department of Utilities in Painesville Twp. The meeting will be from 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. with a lunch provided at no cost; advance reservations are required by Feb. 24. In recent years, our Great Lake has suffered from massive blooms of h...
World renowned animal handling pioneer and subject of an HBO movie about her life, Dr. Temple Grandin, will headline the first ever Animals for Life Summit.The Animals For Life Summit will generate healthy discussion about the many facets of the human-animal bond. Other Summit discussions will highlight aspects of human-animal relationships that include the associations between human health and pe...
Landowners enrolled in Ohio’s Current Agricultural Use Valuation (CAUV) program may have noticed their CAUV values increasing along with their taxes in recent years.What’s the cause? How is this determined? What can you do about it? -- There are a lot of questions, confusion and misconceptions surrounding the program. Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Legal Education Leah Curtis will answer these quest...
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