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With some leases going back decades or even back to the turn of the 20th century, it might be difficult to know for sure if the well is still yielding oil and gas, keeping an agreement in force.
Ohio ag districts and agricultural security areas are important programs that help preserve farmland in Ohio. To help Farm Bureau members have a better understanding of these programs, OFBF Director of Agricultural Law Leah Curtis has compiled a list of things you should know about these programs.
In Ohio, sales tax is levied on all retail sales of tangible personal property in the state, unless an exception or exemption applies.
Farmers around Ohio will soon have help in complying with two new state laws, thanks to an innovative idea from Knox County Farm Bureau members and the local Soil and Water Conservation District.
Two Ohio fire departments and 10 others across the country will be better equipped to respond to grain entrapment and engulfment emergencies thanks to the generous support of Nationwide and other organizations.
Ohio Farm Bureau members can now save up to $2,000 when buying or leasing qualifying Caterpillar equipment.
Ohio’s natural gas and oil boom is resulting in a flurry of pipeline construction all over the state as well as complaints about high-pressure tactics from leasing agents. Landowners are advised to contact an attorney if approached about a pipeline easement.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service is a federal agency that makes its mark by helping people accomplish what they want to do when it comes to conservation. This and more on this week's 'Town Hall Ohio' Guests: NRCS Chief, Jason Weller; State Conservationist, Terry Cosby; Jack Fisher, OFBF.
AgriPOWER Class VII traveled to Washington, D.C. to learn more about agricultural policy and lobbying. The trip agenda included discussions with American Farm Bureau staff about their work and current agricultural policy issues at the federal level, meetings with congressional members or their staff, a visit to the New Zealand Embassy and to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Read excerpts from three AgriPOWER Class VII participants followed by photos and links to more about the trip as shared by the participants!