Cooperative federalism is something that in its simplest form could benefit us all … Compromising and working together to accomplish a mutually agreed upon goal.
Introducing students to potential careers in agriculture is the goal of two major projects made possible by the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation’s Fisher Fund for Lifelong Learning. The goal is to introduce students to and prepare them for careers in agriculture, food and natural resources.
Those of us of a certain age can remember hearing Walter Cronkite close the CBS evening news with his famous sign-off – “and that’s the way it is” and, we believed him. We have a president prone to proclaiming news…
Ohio Farm Bureau’s Young Agricultural Professionals have elected their leaders for 2018. Wes and Brandi Montgomery of Fayette County were elected chaircouple, Dustin and Casey Converse of Union County were elected co-chairs, and Liza Musselman of Pickaway County was elected secretary.
Four finalists have been named in Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s 2018 Discussion Meet. They are Casey Ellington of Louisville, Jacob Hoelscher of Osgood, Seth Middleton of Sidney and Annie Specht of Columbus.
Elections for the Ohio Farm Bureau board of trustees were held Dec. 7-8 at the 99th annual meeting. Officers and trustees are pictured above, in order, starting with Frank Burkett in the upper left of the photo block. Officers Frank Burkett…
Three outstanding leaders in Ohio agriculture were honored with Distinguished Service Awards presented by Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF). The honorees were former Ohio Farm Bureau presidents Fred Finney and Ken Davis and former Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Women and Youth…
Delegates from Ohio’s 86 county Farm Bureaus, special guests and honorees are meeting in Columbus Dec. 6-8 for Ohio Farm Bureau’s 99th annual meeting.
Landowners have immunity (mostly) from suits brought by recreational users of property. Leah Curtis, Farm Bureau’s legal counsel, has details. Listen to Legal with Leah, a podcast featuring Ohio Farm Bureau’s Policy Counsel Leah Curtis discussing topics impacting landowners.
The census response deadline is Feb. 5, 2018. Responding to the Census of Agriculture is required by law under Title 7 USC 2204(g) Public Law 105-113.