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Buckeye Farm News

Issue 9 | February 05, 2009

Featured in the Feb. 5, 2009 issue: a look at President Obama's team, deer damage, raw milk, metal theft and information from the American Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting.

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In This Issue

Page 1

  • Damage Report
    There's a long way to go to control the deer herd, but complaining is a start

  • OFBF examining Ohio's metal theft law
    Members say more needs to be done

  • From many farmers comes one voice
    Delegates gather to set national Farm Bureau policies

Page 2

  • The president's picks
    New leaders want 'sustainable' policies, vow to combat global warming

  • Pesticide use near water may need federal permit

  • News briefs
    National: Boccieri on House Ag Committee, Schmidt leads subcommittee; EPA changes rule on CAFO air emissions; Grants available for rural education, healthcare resources; Farm Bureau comments on ammonium nitrate State: OFBF appointed to Great Lakes Advisory Board; Mark March 26 for Trends and Issues Conference

Page 3

  • OFBF recruiting for second AgriPOWER class

  • Guest worker program got last minute change

  • Farm research highlights AgriPOWER Institute

  • It's your world
    Major issues fact agriculture

  • Farm Bureau calls for overhaulign WTO talks, keeping NAFTA intact

Page 4

  • County News
    Protecting family farmland in Fairfield County, Logan County Farm Bureau assists area's needy, Marion County resident earns $2,500 reward, Northwest county administrators gather

  • Our Ohio: Telling Agriculture's Story

Page 5

  • Worker's comp safety meeting dates

  • Nationwide agents recognized for Farm Bureau membership sales>

  • May we introduce: Gene Phillips, Knox County; Amy Hurst

Page 6

  • On Your Behalf
    Here are some additional activities in which your support of Farm Bureau helped strengthen agriculture and rural Ohio

  • Story jumps

Page 7

  • Researcher's findings could rile raw milk advocates

  • Tough times hit livestock sector

Page 8

  • Ohio sends its best to Texas

  • Eleven community service groups receive Foundation grants

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