Legal with Leah: Enlist Duo and EPA decision

What actions are being done for Farm Bureau here in Ohio and for the American Farm Bureau on this issue?

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Enlist herbicide banned for some Ohio farmers

Due to changes in Endangered Species information, Enlist One and Enlist Duo cannot be used in 12 Ohio counties.

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Upcoming meetings offer details about H2Ohio

Ohio Farm Bureau is encouraging members to learn more about the H2Ohio application process and the program’s conservation practices by attending these meetings.

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Legal with Leah: New CDL training requirements

Farm Bureau, both at the state level and the federal level, has extensive policy that supports keeping the farm CDL exemption, even expanding the CDL exemption in some ways.

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Coverage of the 103rd American Farm Bureau Annual Convention

Farmers are gathering in Atlanta, and participating virtually across the country, for the 103rd American Farm Bureau Annual Convention.

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Federal action plan created to address livestock markets

The White House this week announced an Action Plan for a Fairer, More Competitive, and More Resilient Meat and Poultry Supply Chain.

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Meat processors work toward expanding capacity

Ohio meat processors like Jamie Graham, owner of R & C Packing, have been hard pressed to keep up with demand for their services. Consumer interest in locally raised meat has been steadily increasing in recent years, and the COVID-19 pandemic boosted demand further.

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Bill adds guardrails to handshake leases

HB 397 will bring Ohio up to date with many of the state’s Midwestern neighbors who have already created statutory guardrails for farm leases. 

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Legal With Leah – Firearms permitted for Ohio deer hunting

Ohio Farm Bureau had a grassroots effort from our members to change the Ohio hunting laws to allow for pistol caliber rifles or what sometimes people refer to as straight-walled cartridge rifles.

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Ohio Meat Processing Grants now available

The program provides grants of up to $250,000 to Ohio livestock and poultry producers so they can implement processing efficiencies, expand or construct facilities at existing sites, assist in training and certification, and improve harvest services.

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