Innovations in Ag Protection Webinars

Ohio Farm Bureau Young Agricultural Professionals will be hosting a series of lunch and learn webinars featuring experts from Nationwide. Each session will feature new and innovative solutions, research, and information on the latest technology and strategies to protect farms and rural communities. 

Participants will receive one hour of workers’ compensation training for each session they attend, which may be counted toward the annual group rating program employer two-hour training requirement.

Registration is required for each virtual session, which will run from noon to 1 p.m. EST.

Webinar schedule

Friday, July 19 – Innovations in Ag Risk Prediction 
Young Ag Professionals Host: Greg Williams

Join Vicente Rico, senior consultant of product development with Nationwide Agribusiness, as he shares innovative ag tech solutions which can assist farms and ag operations stay a step ahead of losses and avoid downtime.

Wednesday, July 31 – Innovations in Ag Risk Prevention
Young Ag Professionals Host: Emily Warnimont

Rico returns to provide innovative ag tech solutions which can assist farms and ag operations to prevent losses and keep operations running smoothly.

Wednesday, Aug. 14 – Agtech Innovation Hub
Young Ag Professionals Hosts: John & Kacy Hummel

Join Nationwide Agribusiness’s Bethany Rowles to find out about research being conducted through a unique partnership among Ohio Farm Bureau, Ohio State University and Nationwide. The AgTech Innovation Hub aims to encourage the development of new solutions that will help the agricultural ecosystem while better understanding, managing and mitigating climate risk.

Friday, Aug. 30 – ATV/UTV Rider Safety
Young Ag Professionals Hosts: Kayla & Luke Durbin

Engage with an innovative outreach campaign intended to reduce the number of accidents on ATVs and UTVs with Emily Atwood, manager of risk management consulting with Nationwide Agribusiness.


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