Ohio Farm Bureau’s Leadership Buffet is continuing to grow with hundreds of members participating in seminars that work at improving their leadership skills.
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- 'Legal with Leah' rewind - Farm Equipment on Roadways
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ust as in the spring, fall brings harvest and the need to move equipment over the roadways. Farmers should be cautious to ensure they remain in compliance with road laws and avoid citations that could slow down their busy season. Listen to past episode of ‘Legal with Leah’ where she discusses farm equipment on roadways
Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Agricultural Law Leah Curtis discusses laws and regulations impacting landowners. From CAUV and line fence law to farm equipment on roadways and tree law.
The Our Ohio television series returns for an eighth season with ongoing production of new episodes every month through fall 2013.
Here are some excerpts of recent shows from influential leaders in Ohio
Get informed and get involved could be the rallying call of the Tea Party, says two leaders of the Tea Party movement in Ohio.
The Ohio Chamber of Commerce traces its roots back to 1893. Today the chamber represents the interests of 8,000 businesses of all shapes and sizes. Guest: Andy Doehrel, President & CEO, Ohio Chamber of Commerce, and Jack Fisher, Executive VP, OFBF. Length 39:20
Farmers want to know how to farm better and what the markets and weather are doing. Farmers still rely on professional journalists to keep them informed. Guests: Susan Crowell, Farm and Dairy; Dave Russell, Brownfield Media; and Matt Reese, Ohio's Country Journal.
Some 600,000 students are part of the public higher education system in Ohio. John Carey is chancellor of the Department of Higher Education. How can we make colleges more affordable, assure graduates they'll get jobs and use higher education to better our communities?
Cristen Bartus of Lucas County, Greg and Rose Hartschuh of Crawford County, Tracie Isler of Marion County, Nick Rizzo of Montgomery County and Renae Scheiderer of Monroe County were recently named finalists in the contest, which highlights the diversity of Ohio Farm Bureau members.