Ohio Farm Bureau adds additional Issue Advisory Teams, applications due April 1

Members interested in identifying, researching and talking about issues important to Ohio Farm Bureau should consider applying for the organization’s two new issue advisory teams: Advocacy and Economic Value, and Industry Engagement. Issue advisory teams provide Farm Bureau members the…

Lova Ebbert and a drill placed on her land.(Jodi Miller)

Natural Stewardship: Benefits of oil, gas resources stay in county

Before millions of dollars started flowing into her rural community, Lova Ebbert remembers setting out a can to collect donations from fellow farmers for the evening’s use of a local meeting room. “Fortunately, we were blessed. There was always enough,”…


Ohio Food Industry Summit

Ohio Food Industry Summit When March 17, 9am–2:30pm Where Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center 100 Green Meadows Dr. S, Lewis Center, Ohio 43035 What Food manufacturers and auxiliary service providers will convene to discover new techniques, learn of industry trends…


Stack your savings during Chevy Truck Month

From now through Feb. 29, truck buyers can combine a variety of discounts and incentives to save big during Chevy Truck Month. In addition, eligible Ohio Farm Bureau members can save an additional $500 on most Chevy models with a Farm…


Our Ohio story update: Velvet View continues to grow its yogurt business

A Holmes County dairy farm’s yogurt business continues to develop as Velvet View Farmstead Yogurt adds more markets that carry both its plain and Greek yogurt varieties.


Employment Law, Farm Crisis Prevention seminar

A March 24 seminar will provide information about protective employment practices, legal compliance measures and crisis preparedness methods.


Help plan next year’s Young Ag Professionals conference

Ohio Farm Bureau’s Young Ag Professionals program is accepting applications for its state committee. The committee is comprised of 16 members who suggest, develop and conduct activities that provide opportunities for young farmers and ag professionals including planning the yearly leadership conference and hosting Young Agricultural Professionals in a variety of in- and out-of-state events.

Thunder, when rain is needed

Farm Bureau members share snapshots of farm life to fill your senses

Planting season is just around the corner. The dead of winter will give way to new crops and new animals, new sights and new sounds. And some familiar ones, too. To help us prepare, and remember, what it feels like to live and work in our world, take a walk through the Five Senses of Farming – sounds, sights, taste, smell and touch.


#TakeOverTuesday: Josh Henderson, Muskingum County, Ag Day at the Capital

Every Tuesday an Ohio Farm Bureau member takes over the Ohio Farm Bureau Instagram for the day to share a day in their life. Check in through out the day or follow us on Instagram, @OhioFarmBureau,  to meet new farmers…

Big Data

Your help is needed on Big Data survey

American Farm Bureau is asking farmers to fill out a brief survey on Big Data.