Adams County Farm Bureau leaders advocate for Ohio agriculture in Washington, D.C.

In mid-September, more than 100 Ohio Farm Bureau members traveled to Washington, D.C. to visit face-to-face with lawmakers about issues that could have major implications to Farm Bureau members across Ohio. 

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Ag at the Capitol

Local leaders met with several legislators in Washington, D.C. to voice issues impacting local Farm Bureau members back home.

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Farm Bureau leaders advocate for Ohio agriculture in Washington, D.C.

Coverage from the annual county leaders trip to Washington, D.C.

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Beginning farmer tax credit becomes law

This bill creates a tax credit to assist the next generation of farmers while helping the current generation transition their operations.

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Legal with Leah: Sackett v. U.S. EPA

Ohio Farm Bureau filed a brief in this case, focused on correcting the myth that if the Clean Water Act doesn’t cover wetlands, then there would be no regulation or protection.

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Beginning farmer tax credit one step closer to law

HB 95 creates a tax credit to assist the next generation of farmers while helping the current generation transition their operations.

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Farm Bureau works to help alleviate EPA challenges

Farm Bureau has joined in the conversation with policymakers and the Biden administration to make sure EPA has all of the information needed when new ideas that may have an impact on farmers are introduced.

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How elected officials become ‘Friends of Agriculture’

Two factors are used: an evaluation conducted by each county in the congressional district, and the legislator’s voting record and position on national and state key issues while the candidate has been in office.

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EPA lifts Enlist ban for all Ohio counties

For 12 counties in Ohio, the American Burrowing Beetle triggered the initial Enlist ban earlier this year.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Challenging EPA on multiple issues

Some of the latest moves from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency could have some adverse effects on American agriculture.

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