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A recent grassroots effort by Farm Bureau members paid off big when they took up the call to protest a proposal in Congress to cut $3 billion in the nation’s crop insurance program.
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In a major victory for farmers and landowners, a Cincinnati appeals court has temporarily halted the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s implementation of a controversial water rule.
Farm Bureau membership is poised to grow as members have some new avenues to invite friends, business contacts and neighbors to be a part of the organization.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will boost demand for U.S. farm and food products among nearly 500 million consumers in Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service.
Farm Bureau strongly disagrees with the recommendation, which came from the Energy Mandates Study Committee of the General Assembly.
As a farmer who has grown both GMO and non GMO crops for years, Clermont County Farm Bureau board member Don Andrews feels the federal government should be in charge of labeling foods derived from modern biology.
Federal taxes, Vulture depredation and Sequestration
Farm Bureau solicited input from members for its comments on how proposed rules in the Food Safety Modernization Act and revisions in the Worker Protection Standard would affect the operations of farmers and businesses.