We should be doing more to encourage the next generation of farmers — not only those that want to farm, but also those who will have occupations that directly affect agriculture.
In all the things I have felt though, there has been so much good in those moments and even lessons learned.
Ohio Farm Bureau is teaming with Ohio FFA to offer Farm Bureau high school students a great leadership experience.
Lee Beers, with OSU Extension Trumbull County, offers a checklist for getting your lawn in shape this year.
Callae Moody shares her experience after attending the national Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference.
On Feb. 16, 350 farmers traded in their barn boots for suits, and they walked the streets of downtown Columbus with one intention — AGvocating and telling their story.
Being a woman in the farming industry is a wonderful way of life.
Raffle tickets are $20 each with all proceeds supporting each county’s impact funds. Tickets are on sale through June 30, 2022.
Ag Day at the Capital is more than advocating for farmers and their needs. So many of the issues that Ohio Farm Bureau and its members are advocating for are important to all Ohioans.
Know that the food that you buy at the store not only comes from a very safe source, but the people who are behind the scenes of producing that product are very educated in their field.