Ohio Farm Bureau is calling on policymakers to work with us to implement an agenda to help revitalize Ohio agriculture and its rural communities.
Tom Vilsack was confirmed to lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Feb. 23 by a Senate vote of 92-7.
Members nationwide are serving on American Farm Bureau issue advisory committees to help the organization understand what they are experiencing at the local level.
Farmers participating in the H2Ohio program must be enrolled in the OACI program by March 31, 2021.
In mid-February, Ohio agriculture groups wrote a letter to Gov. Mike DeWine asking him to release his plans for the safe operation of this year’s fairs as soon as possible.
During Ag Week, the Ohio Agriculture and Rural Communities Action Plan will be unveiled, laying out the major policy concerns Ohio Farm Bureau members have.
Policy Counsel Leah Curtis explains what landowners need to know if faced with an eminent domain lawsuit.
DeWine’s 2022-2023 budget proposal highlights some of the most important issues facing rural Ohio.
Ohio Residential Broadband Expansion Grant Program will allow internet service providers to apply for grants to help fund the infrastructure needed to provide faster internet access to underserved rural communities.
Ohio Farm Bureau is keeping an eye on any proposals that would be detrimental to stepped-up basis tax policy.