The 2024 Ohio Agriculture and Rural Communities Action Plan

Ohio Farm Bureau 2024 priority issues focus on business climate, regulatory environment, preserving Ohio’s farming heritage, healthy rural communities, and grassroots advocacy.

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Farmers gather in Columbus for 2024 Ag Day at the Capital

Hundreds of Ohio Farm Bureau members gathered in Columbus to meet one-on-one with their state senators and representatives during Ohio Farm Bureau’s annual Ag Day at the Capital Feb. 21.

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Legal with Leah: Corporate Transparency Act reporting requirements

The law requires most businesses to report information about their beneficial owners, and the intent is to try to make it harder to illegally hide assets and commit financial crimes.

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Ohio Farm Bureau hosting statewide CAUV update webinar

The Statewide CAUV Update Webinar March 5 is open to anyone interested in learning more about the recent changes in CAUV and what could be next for the program.

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EPA issues existing stocks order for dicamba products

This allows for limited sale and distribution of dicamba OTT products that were already in the possession of growers or in the channels of trade and outside the control of pesticide companies as of Feb. 6, 2024.

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Lorain County CAUV meeting recap

Did you miss the CAUV meeting on Jan. 30? Find the info here!

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Legal with Leah: Dicamba registration vacated

How will this impact Ohio farmers and what can be done to allow for use of the products that have already been purchased?

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Farm Bureau to EPA: Keep dicamba available this growing season

American Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall stressed that it is imperative EPA expeditiously provide clarity to farmers and asked the agency to issue an existing stock order.

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Ohio Farm Bureau offers CAUV background to Property Tax Committee

farmers are happy with the purpose and philosophy of the CAUV program, but all would prefer some more predictability in their values and more importantly, their tax bill.

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Legal with Leah: Solar eclipse landowner liability

What are some of the things landowners need to be aware of, as they might see more people wanting to come out to their property and to rural Ohio for the best seat in the house?

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