The governor’s revised orders for fairs include compliance with the statewide mask order and social distancing, as well as guidelines for animal exhibitions.
Shelby County Farm Bureau member Leah Fullenkamp started a distracted driving campaign after her husband was killed in a tractor/car collision.
HB 95 establishes an income tax credit for beginning farmers who participate in a financial management program, administered by the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
Members nationwide are serving on American Farm Bureau issue advisory committees to help the organization understand what they are experiencing at the local level.
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.
Scholarships are for Ohio students from rural, suburban and urban communities who are pursuing degrees connected in some way to agriculture.
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.
Leading the committee are Megan and Tyrone Brannon of Tuscarawas County, Kameron Rinehart of Fayette County and Bailey Elchinger of Henry County.
Farm operators and agribusiness owners based in Ohio can receive an interest rate reduction on loans up to $150,000. Apply by March 19, 2021.