At this unprecedented time, Ohio Farm Bureau is and will continue to engage with administrative and legislative leaders to be your voice and dispense needed information. Ohio Farm Bureau is monitoring COVID-19 developments as they happen and will be updating members frequently. American Farm Bureau also has an update page.
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Paycheck Protection Program keeps employees on payroll, H2A visa disruptions get policy reprieve, COVID-19 impact on EPA enforcement and compliance, Mobile retail food operators can sell from their farms
CARES Act signed to provide COVID-19 crisis relief, What’s in the CARES Act for food and agriculture?, Personal protective equipment still needed for medical workers, Find out where to support local Ohio businesses, USDA adds flexibility for crop insurance to help farmers
Answering questions about “essential” business, COVID-19 guidance for essential farming operations, How to maintain some non-essential business operations, Ohio ag groups celebrate farmers on National Ag Day, OSU Extension announces a ‘tournament of education’
What does stay-at-home really mean?, Ag is essential, but it’s not business as usual, Routine domestic inspections of food facilities suspended, Check in with USDA for essential local services, Contact local SWCD offices before visiting
Homeland Security deems agriculture as ‘critical infrastructure’, Secretary Perdue’s video message to food supply chain ‘heroes’, U.S. ag, labor work together to assist H-2A employers, Rural electrics follow PUCO’s lead, will not disconnect service
Ohio Farm Bureau focuses on COVID-19’s agricultural impact, State, federal guidelines released for coronavirus, Food supply is holding steady throughout the country and Coronavirus and the challenges facing the dairy industry.
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Primary election postponed to June 2, coronavirus measures at livestock auctions, Sonny Perdue’s message on food supply chain, online classes for workers’ compensation group rating participants.