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2023 Ohio Agriculture and Rural Communities Action Plan

The 2023 Ohio Agriculture and Rural Communities Action plan provides a blueprint for policymakers and Ohio Farm Bureau members to bolster Ohio’s agriculture industry and our rural communities. 

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Ohio farmers encouraged to complete 2022 Ag Census

The United States Department of Agriculture is urging farmers to complete the 2022 Census of Agriculture by its Feb. 6 deadline.

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2024 Ag Innovation Challenge

The Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge is a national business competition that showcases U.S. startups developing innovative solutions that address challenges facing America’s farmers, ranchers and rural communities.

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Beginning Farmer Tax Credit is now available

The Beginning Farmer Tax Credit is available to those who’ve recently entered the field, as well as those who help beginning farmers.

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USDA investing heavily in Ohio poultry processing capacity

International Food Solutions is receiving a grant to help redevelop and expand a vacant building in Cleveland into a plant with the capacity to process 60 million pounds of poultry.

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Ohio Farm Bureau urges Congress to avert rail strike

Ohio Farm Bureau wrote a letter to Ohio’s congressional delegation urging swift action to avert a rail strike or lockout that would lead to shutdowns or slowdowns of rail-dependent facilities.

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Grassroots efforts reroute potential U.S. 23 bypass

When ODOT initially unveiled its US Route 23 proposals, the Skinner family saw red flags all over the place and the need to take action.

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Restaurants swimming against current of rising costs, labor shortages

Dan Young, CEO and chief ice cream dipper for Young’s Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs, Ohio talks about how his business has survived and his outlook on the future.

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Tentative agreement reached to thwart potential rail strike

Farm Bureau’s message to lawmakers this week was to keep the trains moving and not to put more pressure on an already bogged down supply chain.

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Legal with Leah: Ohio Power v. Burns eminent domain case

Landowners should have the right to challenge and make sure that a taking is necessary and that it’s limited to what is actually necessary so that the law is upheld.

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