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Ohio Farm Bureau is a grassroots membership organization that works to support Ohio agriculture and the state’s food and farm community.

The Big Picture

How We Help Our Members

Involvement Opportunities

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Through county Farm Bureaus, you have a forum to discuss current issues impacting Ohio agriculture, food production and your community. We offer opportunities throughout the year to meet with public officials to implement these ideas, and our staff advocates on your behalf at the local, state and national levels.
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County Farm Bureaus provide many ways for you to become involved locally. Membership supports projects such as community gardens, on-farm dinner fundraisers, farm tours, local food experiences and more. County Farm Bureaus also host educational programs on topics such as taxes, oil and gas development and other community issues.
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Through programs such as Young Agricultural Professionals, AgriPOWER, and local events you can connect with other Ohioans who share your interests, and learn how you can become a more effective advocate for the issues that matter most to you.
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Member Savings

Ohio Farm Bureau Member Savings Brands

Ohio Farm Bureau members save on some Nationwide Insurance products, but that’s just the beginning. Members also can take advantage of discounts on select Case IH tractors, John Deere products, Ford vehicles and much more.

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Buckeye Farm News

Buckeye Farm News is a publication for Ohio Farm Bureau members who farm or make their living in careers related to Ohio’s food and agriculture sector. We’ll keep you informed about public policy issues that impact Ohio’s farm families and provide resources for landowners who need information and advice on everything from property taxes to line fences.

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Our Ohio Magazine

Our Ohio magazine celebrates our shared connections to food and the people who produce it through beautiful photography and engaging feature stories. Learn about Farm Bureau members, innovative approaches to food production and local programs and events. Our Ohio’s seasonal recipes that will help you make the most of Ohio-grown products.


If you enjoy the challenge of being associated with Ohio’s largest industry – agriculture, and enjoy working with people – a position at Ohio Farm Bureau may be for you. We are always looking for qualified individuals that are communicators, leaders and team players. See our current hiring opportunities.

Typical job openings

  • Field Representative
  • Lobbyist
  • Communications Specialist
  • Public Relations
  • Staff Assistant
  • Finance
  • Computer Specialist

Competitive salaries and excellent benefits

  • 401(K) Plan with company matching
  • PPO or HSA Health plan
  • Dental plan
  • Vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Vacation based on service time
  • Nine paid holidays
  • Sick leave based on service time
  • Educational assistance
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Employee Incentive Program

Ways to Contribute

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Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation

Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation was founded in 1985 and is a 501(c) (3) charitable, nonprofit organization. It has helped community groups, civic leaders and consumers in rural, suburban and urban neighborhoods use agriculture to address a variety of quality of life issues. Today the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation funds programming in four areas: education, community development, legal issues and animal issues.



The Agriculture for Good Goverment Political Action Committee is a bi-partisan committee of Farm Bureau leaders that oversees and directs Farm Bureau’s engagement with farm-friendly candidates to help them win election or re-election to office. AGGPAC also supports a number of general bi-partisan political advocacy and grassroots activities. Funding for AGGPAC comes from voluntary contributions by Farm Bureau members.

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