Planting hemp in Ohio isn’t legal, yet

Yes, the 2018 Farm Bill, signed into law in December, removed hemp from its illegal classification under the Controlled Substances…

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Youth Capital Challenge kicks off in Columbus

Public policy, fellowship and interaction with state representatives were all part of a two-day session for 2019 Ohio Youth Capital…

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Answering your questions about solar, wind projects

As wind and solar development projects increase across the state, so do the questions from landowners. Over the past few…

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Trade still on the front burner, but it’s a slow burn

Ratification of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement remains a top priority of the Trump administration, and it is top of mind…

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Clean Water Rule comment period open until April 15

The Environmental Protection Agency comment period on the revised definition of Waters of the United States is now open, and…

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Broadband access a priority for Farm Bureau

Ohio Farm Bureau is continuing to work with state leaders on having broadband accessible for all Ohioans across the state….

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Fire departments can win grain rescue tubes

Each year, farmers and grain handlers risk their lives when they enter large grain bins to remove clumped or rotting…

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Reduce costs with GPS-aided agronomy practices

GPS technology is helping businesses create more efficient and reliable growing practices. The following information is provided by Nationwide, the…

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