The yearlong pandemic has starkly demonstrated the desperate need to expand rural access to broadband in Ohio.
Through the work of volunteers and staff, Ohio Farm Bureau reached a gain in active members, which now exceeds the 68,000 member mark.
Using funds from the American Rescue Plan would alleviate Ohio employers from having to pay the state’s unemployment insurance loan.
Bill Patterson of Chesterland has been elected the 25th president of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.
OHHA support will promote the Standardbred industry to Farm Bureau members, and youth and career programs led by the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation.
One finalist to be crowned Ohio’s 2020-2021 Ag Educator of the Year through Nationwide’s Golden Owl Award.
The governor’s revised orders for fairs include compliance with the statewide mask order and social distancing, as well as guidelines for animal exhibitions.
Shelby County Farm Bureau member Leah Fullenkamp started a distracted driving campaign after her husband was killed in a tractor/car collision.
HB 95 establishes an income tax credit for beginning farmers who participate in a financial management program, administered by the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
Members nationwide are serving on American Farm Bureau issue advisory committees to help the organization understand what they are experiencing at the local level.