Farm Bureau member Kristin Reese writes about her involvement in leadership and advocacy programs that have given her opportunities to make an impact on agriculture.
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- Senate passes agritourism bill
- Legal with Leah: Ag sales tax exemption
- Vertical Farming on 'Town Hall Ohio'
- Growing Our Generation: Telling the story of agriculture
- OFBF pushes for action on proposed CAUV legislation
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Fairfield County farmer, mother, advocate and business woman Kristin Reese writes about her business that brings local food to her customers and opens up a line of communication about today's food and agriculture.
Just 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
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has made revisions to the Worker Protection Standard. The changes affect how the nation’s 2 million agricultural workers and families are protected when working with pesticides.
Almost 1.5 million Ohioans either heat their home, power their businesses or otherwise make use of the products and services of Columbus Gas of Ohio, the largest natural gas utility in Ohio. Guest Dan Creekmur, president, Columbia Gas of Ohio and discusses on this week's Town Hall Ohio
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources recently recognized five families representing each region of the state as winners of the 2015 Conservation Farm Family Awards. The families each received $400 from Ohio Farm Bureau.
Having changes made to the Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV) program remains a top Ohio Farm Bureau priority.
Those who want to limit energy development in Ohio are trying to do so by using a little employed mechanism in the Ohio Constitution. While the intention is to limit oil and gas drilling or pipeline development, the initiatives could have far- reaching impacts on all businesses and citizens.
Farm Bureau members are encouraged to become engaged in informing voters about the three measures on the November ballot.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency needs to withdraw the controversial “Waters of the U.S.” (WOTUS) rule and start over again. This message is being repeated across the country by Farm Bureau, judges, lawmakers and landowners.