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.Read More
Advocacy at the county, state and national level to give members a voice and political influence on issues important to Ohio agriculture. Here are some examples.
Farm Bureau’s policy work led to the creation and reform of CAUV, elimination of estate taxes in Ohio, lower state and federal taxes, strong farm and crop insurance programs, defending animal agriculture and property rights and funding for the H2Ohio water quality initiative.
Farm Bureau’s staff experts to help members with questions about energy development, property rights, transportation rules and more.
Farm Bureau staff support youth involved in 4-H, FFA and our Young Agricultural Professionals program, as well as scholarships, ExploreAg camps and our Youth Pathways program, which helps young people find their place in Ohio’s agriculture community.
Farm Bureau’s networking opportunities provide access to lawmakers, community leaders, industry experts and each other.
Farm Bureau’s leadership development and growth opportunities through programs such as AgriPOWER, Young Ag Professionals and various events conferences all involve staff participation and leadership.
Farm Bureau’s extensive media platforms amplify our messages.
Business solutions from our partners at Nationwide, plus our Health Benefits Plan, Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Group Rating Program and a multitude of member benefits help members grow their bottom line.
The program helps agricultural leaders ages 30-45 accelerate their engagement abilities and solidify their role as powerful advocates for agriculture. Apply by March 11, 2024.Read More
Farmland preservation and development pressure were just a few of the important topics discussed by the delegates at Ohio Farm Bureau’s 105th annual meeting.Read More
‘Future Minded Farmer with Adam Sharp’ will provide insights on upcoming changes to farm estate tax structures set to take effect in 2026.Read More
A group of Young Agricultural Professionals are in Washington D.C. Sept. 12-14 for the annual leadership experience trip.Read More
The Senate version of Ohio’s state budget for 2024-2025, which was passed on Thursday, has a significant provision that could mitigate CAUV increases.Read More