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The case for more homegrown fuel

Even though fuel prices remain high, the increased use of corn ethanol is helping temper those price increases. And it’s also benefiting the farmers who grow the corn.

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Ohio Farm Bureau submits comments to SEC

Ohio Farm Bureau submitted public comments in a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission regarding a proposed rule that could severely impact family farms by requiring climate disclosures by public companies.

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DeWine requests E15 sales year-round

So far, governors in eight Midwestern states have taken the action of notifying the EPA that they wish to switch to this fuel.

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Keep the farm protected with inflation guard coverage

Staying on top of your insurance coverage can help keep unexpected expenses like rising replacement costs from cutting potential farm revenue.

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Avian bird flu continues to raise concerns in Midwest

As a whole, numbers have remained low in the state and no cases were reported in April.

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Our Ohio Weekly: America’s Biofuels Industry

For some agriculture groups, more pain at the pump creates opportunities for education about home grown renewable energy, like ethanol and biodiesel.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Innovation, investment in Ohio agriculture

JobsOhio is a private nonprofit economic development corporation designed to drive job creation and new capital investment in Ohio through business attraction, retention, and expansion.

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Legal with Leah – Proposition 12 Heads to Supreme Court

Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel Leah Curtis discusses the ramifications Prop 12 has on American agriculture and what the next steps for the case will be.

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Beginning farmer tax credit one step closer to law

HB 95 creates a tax credit to assist the next generation of farmers while helping the current generation transition their operations.

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Ohio Meat Processing Grant Program receives additional funding

Earlier this week, the Ohio Controlling Board approved $18 million to be allocated to the Ohio Meat Processing Grant Program.

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