Even though fuel prices remain high, the increased use of corn ethanol is helping temper those price increases. And it’s also benefiting the farmers who grow the corn.Read More
Just about everything that could go wrong did when it came to crop production in 2019. How did a rough growing season and a tough trade year impact Ohio farmers? Ty Higgins visits with two farmer leaders to find out. OSU Economist Ben Brown talks about important Farm Bill program decisions that need to be made soon. Plus, Gov. Mike DeWine lays out his strategy for cleaner water,
Legal with Leah deals with ag sales tax and Belmont County Farm Bureau fights hunger in their community one backpack at a time.
If it wasn't for Farm Bureau, I personally, along with many others, would not have had the opportunity to meet with our representatives face to face in Washington, D.C.Washington, D.C. Leadership Experience
Through its policies it brings together people in the agricultural community and invests in building vibrant communities that support agriculture.Future employees, leaders
If you have issues with local planning or have legal questions, someone at the Farm Bureau has the answer for you, or they’ll connect you with someone who does.Hansen's Greenhouse
As a member of Farm Bureau, I am glad that this organization takes action when necessary to protect and advance agriculture.Policy Development
Farm Bureau is an incredible organization that has given me countless professional development opportunities in addition to advocating for all sizes and types of farmers.
BWC’s free safety consulting services link Ohio’s agriculture employers with safety and health professionals who will work to help reduce the risk of workplace injuries and illnesses.Read More
Stephan Shehy will represent the interests of Farm Bureau members with the Ohio General Assembly and throughout state government.Read More
Kirsten Ameling will be engaging members at an individualized level by connecting the organization to the member based on their needs.Read More
A bill introduced by State Representatives Darrell Kick and Rodney Creech would create a more direct legal route for a landowner to receive compensation when property is taken by the government without compensation.Read More
Support for a new state-of-the-art Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory at the Ohio Department of Agriculture is part of this funding.Read More