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Americaís appetite for lamb and wool is outpacing the supply provided by American sheep farmers.
There will be a Young Agriculture Professionals leadership conference on March 6-7.
JEDD and JEDZ projects have become quite popular with local governments, but what do they really do?
The Ohio Produce Marketing Agreement, which will set voluntary standards for farmers, has been considered for several years. Legislation passed in 2012 paved the way for voluntary programs such as this.
The Current Agricultural Use Valuation program is always top
of mind for those in agriculture. As values have trended higher, we've been fielding more questions from farmers and landowners.
A recent inspection of an Ohio farm by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration raised qustions about the scope of the agency's oversight. Leah Curtis, Ohio Farm Bureau's Director of Agricultural Law, explains the exemption that has typically applied to small farms.
'Let loose to die in the woods.' 'Starved to death.' 'Tied to a strangerís trailer.' All of these are write-in comments from horse owners responding to the 2009 Unwanted Horse Survey about the neglect and abuse of horses that they have seen nationwide.
Ohio Farm Bureauís grassroots policy development process gives all active members an equal say in directing the organization. While youíre encouraged to bring up any issues important to you, here are a few current policy issues for you to consider.
Despite poring through studies, reports and opinions, Ohio Farm Bureau's Jack Fisher says instinct rather than intellect tells him there is something wrong with Ohio's estate tax. .