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Buckeye Farm News

Issue 14 | May 14, 2009

Featured May 14, 2009 issue: challenges presented by animal rights groups, EPA's greenhouse gas findings, hunter access program, NAIS, dairy labels and Farm Bureau in social media.

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In This Issue

Page1

  • The fate of Ohio
    Farmers determine direction as animal rights group moves in

  • Farm Bureau concerned about EPA's greehouse gas findings

Page2

  • Hunters, landowners in favor of access program

  • News briefs
    H1N1 virus, Congressional report: Farmers and ethanol not to blame for high food prices, Farm Bureau: Market should dictate any climate change legislation, Taking a look at crop insurance, USDA conducting first-ever organic farming survey and Farm Bureau for increasing Ethanol Blend Level

Page 3

  • USDA examining whether to make NAIS mandatory

  • Farm Bureau opposed to antibiotic restrictions

  • New dairy labels withstand initial challenge

  • County News
    Program leads to the Capitol - Carroll, Harrison, Jefferson and Tuscarawas Coounties, Pickaway policy chat, Learning farm safety - Putnam County, Drive with Reason, It's Farming Season - Butler County, Growing carrots in Wyandot County

Page 4

  • OFBF, Bob Evans to host all-day seminar for members

  • Our Ohio: Telling Agriculture's Story

  • Coming next on 'Ohio Farm & Country'

  • Young ag profesinals to spend day at zoo for this year's Summer Retreat

Page 5

  • May we introduce: Karen Neer, Clark County; Josh Henderson
  • Put safety first for younger workers<

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

  • Your letters

  • OSC testing the waters of China's sea of soybean export potential

  • Farmers win environmental, good neighbor award

Page 8

  • Farmers encouraged to use social networking sites

  • History in the making

  • Ohio boasts best logger

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