CAUV: Past, present and future

Taking a look at the history of CAUV can help with understanding its structure, fluidity and the eternal vigilance needed by Ohio Farm Bureau and our members for its sustainability.

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Who oversees CAUV appraisals in Ohio? A farmer

Kelly Tennant’s story starts as many others in agriculture do, but her current day job impacts Ohio ag more than most.

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Q&A: Conservation practices and CAUV savings

Learn more about eligibility and how to include conservation practices on CAUV enrollment forms.

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Smaller farms can benefit from CAUV

Bob and Polly Givens are on a mission to inform small landowners-homesteaders of the advantages of CAUV.

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Development pressure, high farmland prices a big concern

With the pressure on Ohio farms, perhaps the most important way farmers can afford to keep farming is with the protection of CAUV.

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Advocating for CAUV in Ashtabula County

When David Thomas took office as county auditor in Ashtabula County in 2019, one of his very first priorities was to begin a strong CAUV outreach effort with the county’s farmers.

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Standing guard

Our work to protect and refine CAUV continues. And, as always, membership makes it happen.

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2024 Water Quality Status Report highlights farm-level efforts, research

The report showcases the impacts being made by Ohio farmers who are taking measures to ensure clean water through voluntary efforts that are being done on a large scale with measurable results. 

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Across the Table: Our work on CAUV continues

Ohio Farm Bureau is heavily involved and actively working on a solution to current CAUV challenges that will offer all property owners across Ohio a clear and predictable tax valuation system.

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Lorain County Pork Chop Policy Development Meeting

Lorain County Farm Bureau wants your help on identifying issues on which Farm Bureau can direct its efforts.

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