Greg and Rose Hartschuh of Sycamore are winners of the 2018 American Farm Bureau’s Excellence in Agriculture competition, announced during the AFBF annual meeting in Nashville.
Ashley Kasler of Athens has been named organization director for Ohio Farm Bureau. She will work with leaders and members of the Athens-Meigs, Gallia and Lawrence County Farm Bureaus as they address issues important to members and their communities.
Introducing students to potential careers in agriculture is the goal of two major projects made possible by the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation’s Fisher Fund for Lifelong Learning. The goal is to introduce students to and prepare them for careers in agriculture, food and natural resources.
Ohio Farm Bureau’s Young Agricultural Professionals have elected their leaders for 2018. Wes and Brandi Montgomery of Fayette County were elected chaircouple, Dustin and Casey Converse of Union County were elected co-chairs, and Liza Musselman of Pickaway County was elected secretary.
Four finalists have been named in Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s 2018 Discussion Meet. They are Casey Ellington of Louisville, Jacob Hoelscher of Osgood, Seth Middleton of Sidney and Annie Specht of Columbus.
Together With Farmers is the theme of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s 99th annual meeting, Dec. 6 – 8 at the Columbus Convention Center and Hilton Downtown Hotel.
Danielle Burch of Salem is one of 15 farm and ranch leaders honored as graduates of the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 11th annual Women’s Communications Boot Camp.
Spokesmen from both sides of state Issue 2, the highly publicized drug price ballot issue, will present their arguments for and against the measure on this weekend’s Town Hall Ohio. The radio program is a weekly public affairs show produced…
The Ohio Youth Capital Challenge program provides teens a hands-on experience that encourages citizenship and community service. The annual program is a collaboration among Ohio FFA, Ohio State University Extension and Ohio Farm Bureau to support members of Ohio’s 4-H and FFA programs.
Ohio’s county Farm Bureaus again lead the nation for quality programming, winning seven of the 24 County Activities of Excellence awards presented by the American Farm Bureau.