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Tel: 614 246 8230

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Tel: 614 246 8241

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News Releases

Brinker graduates from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - Alan Brinker of Coshocton County was one of 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses.

Buck graduates from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - John Buck of Marion County was one of 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses.

Hogue graduates from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - Debra Hogue of Muskingum County was one of 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses.

Labig graduates from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - Ris Wise Labig of Darke County was one of 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses.

McClure graduates from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - Ryan McClure of Paulding County was one of 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses.

Miller, Wolfinger graduate from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - Jon Miller and Jake Wolfinger of Fairfield County were among 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses.

Moore graduates from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - Robert Moore of Delaware County was one of 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses.

Morrison graduates from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - Robert Morrison of Jefferson County was one of 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses.

Myers graduates from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - William Myers of Lucas County was one of 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses.

Mossbarger graduates from OFBFs AgriPOWER Institute

May 05, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) - Gretchen Mossbarger of Ross County was one of 20 selected individuals to recently graduate from a new, intensive leadership program designed to develop advocates for the agriculture industry. Developed by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, the AgriPOWER Institute was launched last summer to help farmers and agribusiness professionals gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses