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Ohio Farm Bureau offers CAUV background to Property Tax Committee

farmers are happy with the purpose and philosophy of the CAUV program, but all would prefer some more predictability in their values and more importantly, their tax bill.

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AFBF adopts Ohio Farm Bureau policies

Ohio’s suggested policies touched on artificial intelligence, use of UAVs, and renewable energy.

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AFBF recruiting for Partners in Advocacy Leadership Program

The program helps agricultural leaders ages 30-45 accelerate their engagement abilities and solidify their role as powerful advocates for agriculture. Apply by March 11, 2024.

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 Policy set by Farm Bureau delegates at 105th annual meeting

Farmland preservation and development pressure were just a few of the important topics discussed by the delegates at Ohio Farm Bureau’s 105th annual meeting.

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Issue 2 FAQ

Issue 2 would authorize and regulate the cultivation, processing, sale, purchase, possession, home growth, and use of recreational marijuana by adults over the age of 21.

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Farm Bureau hosts estate planning, tax program Nov. 13

‘Future Minded Farmer with Adam Sharp’ will provide insights on upcoming changes to farm estate tax structures set to take effect in 2026.

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Ohio Farm Bureau opposes Issue 2

Issue 2 would authorize and regulate the cultivation, processing, sale, purchase, possession, home grow, and use of recreational marijuana by adults over the age of 21.

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Young Agricultural Professionals 2023 Washington, D.C. Leadership Experience

A group of Young Agricultural Professionals are in Washington D.C. Sept. 12-14 for the annual leadership experience trip.

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New rules for land lease termination

Under HB 397, notice must be given by Sept. 1 to terminate a farm lease, and the lease will terminate at the conclusion of harvest or Dec. 31, whichever comes first.

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Change in state budget could mitigate CAUV increases

The Senate version of Ohio’s state budget for 2024-2025, which was passed on Thursday, has a significant provision that could mitigate CAUV increases.

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