Ohio laws address a variety of issues including overhanging tree limbs and trimming neighbor’s trees. The best practice is to work cooperatively with neighbors to address concerns you may have about the trees on or near your property lines.Read More
Congratulations to the scholarship winners for Champaign County Farm Bureau. Each student received a $1,000 scholarship to the college of his/her choice for the 2021-2022 school year. We are so proud of your accomplishments and wish you all the best!
Alexis Traylor is the daughter of Mark and Amy Traylor. She is a graduate of Graham High School with plans to attend Hanover College to obtain a degree in English/history.
Audrey Ayars is the daughter of Bill and Melinda Ayars. She is a graduate of Mechanicsburg High School with plans to attend Kent State University to obtain a degree in fashion merchandising/marketing.
Cole Pond is the son of James and Robin Pond. He is a graduate of Triad High School with plans to attend The Ohio State University to obtain a degree in agribusiness.
Grace Forrest is the daughter of Brian and Lynne Forrest. She is a graduate of Mechanicsburg High School with plans to attend Malone University to obtain a degree in biochemistry.
Janie Wallace is the daughter of Kelsey Anderson and Chad Wallace. She is a graduate of Urbana High School with plans to attend Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute.
Joshua Spinner is the son of Scott and Ellen Spinner. He is a graduate of West Liberty-Salem High School with plans to attend University of Colorado to obtain a degree in human physiology nutrition.
Katelynn Wallace is the daughter of Thomas and Dawn Wallace. She is a graduate of Graham High School with plans to attend Kansas State University to obtain a degree in animal science – meat science.
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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
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Staying on top of your insurance coverage can help keep unexpected expenses like rising replacement costs from cutting potential farm revenue.Read More
ODA, Farm Bureau and the Demo Farms are partnering to assess the agronomic and economic impacts of H2Ohio Best Management Practices.Read More
Farmers have until June 17 to comment on the proposed rule change.Read More
A team exploring wastewater solutions came out on top during the finals of the 2022 Ohio Youth Capital Challenge recently held at the Ohio Department of Agriculture in Reynoldsburg.Read More
Carlie Cluxton, Jake Zajkowski and Raegan Feldner will be blogging about their intern experience as they plan the Land and Living exhibit at the 2022 Ohio State Fair.Read More
Employers can use Better You, Better Ohio! to help manage and reduce their workers’ compensation and health care costs by having a healthier workforce.Read More
Nonprofit aims to end the suﬀering, silence and stigma around mental illness in rural America.Read More