News & Events
- Ohio Livestock Coalition accepting nominations for 'Neighbor of the Year' awards
- Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame Inductees announced
- Ohio Congressional delegation involved in Farm Bill progress
- It’s half a ton, it’s on the loose and it wants to run. Stay calm?
- Legal tips for all purpose vehicle use
Member of the News Media?
Reporters, please visit our news room located in the Media and Publications section of this site.
Newly updated Enterprise Budgets for 2013 have been completed and posted to the Farm Management Website of the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics. Updated Enterprise Budgets can be viewed and downloaded from the following website: ?http://aede.osu.edu/research/osu-farm-management/enterprise-budgets
Mid-Ohioâ€™s vice president of public affairs, Marilyn Tomasi, called the cuts â€śreckless, short-sighted and a compromise of our most fundamental American values.â€ť
Monsanto Co is hosting a "Bee Summit." Bayer AG is breaking ground on a "Bee Care Center." And Sygenta AG is funding grants for research into the accelerating demise of honeybees in the United States, where the insects pollinate fruits and vegetables that make up roughly a quarter of the American diet.
Senate appropriators have approved the departmentâ€™s request to shift funds within the Rural Development division to avoid furloughing about 4,800 employees because of sequestration, according to an aide. House lawmakers have not yet responded but a decision could come as early as today or Wednesday, J
â€śConsistent with the President's budget, the administration looks forward to working with the Congress to achieve crop insurance and commodity program savings that are not contained in S. 954,â€ť the White House statement says.
Itâ€™s official: A Washington bureaucrat could stand amid 1,000 acres of tall corn and still not realize he was in the country.
The Senate voted Tuesday to keep a $400 million annual cut â€” or roughly a half of 1 percent â€” to the food stamp program as part of a major five-year farm bill.
The Obama administration said Monday it wants to see more cuts to crop insurance and farm subsidies in the legislation, which would cost almost $100 billion a year over five years and would set policy for farm programs and food aid.
The contest runs May 20 to Oct. 15. All submissions must portray agriculture and safe practices of farmers and ranchers.
Funds collected under the Lamb Checkoff Program are used for promotion, information, research and advertising of American lamb. The boardâ€™s expenditures for administration are limited to 10 percent or less of total revenues.