Lorain County holds CAUV meeting with auditor’s office

Lorain County Farm Bureau has been working with the Lorain County auditor’s office for several years on CAUV issues.

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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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Madison County hosts solar meeting with County Commissioner Wallace

During the meeting, participants received an update on solar development in the county and were given the opportunity to ask questions to Commissioner Wallace. 

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Baldridge nominated as Ohio Department of Agriculture director

Gov. Mike DeWine announced he will nominate Brian Baldridge of Winchester to be the next director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture. 

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AFBF delegates pass Ohio Farm Bureau policies

The issues we brought to the table were substantive policy, based on experiences that we have had in Ohio. ~ Brandon Kern

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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 EPA releases draft TMDL for Maumee watershed

The implementation of the Maumee River Watershed TMDL is still months away, as Ohio EPA finalizes its version of the proposal.

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State, county fairs get funding in lame-duck legislation

In addition, House Bill 283, aimed to help combat distracted driving in Ohio, was amended into Senate Bill 288 and sent to DeWine for his signature.

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