Legal with Leah: Trees and property rights

In this Legal with Leah, Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel Leah Curtis answers the most common questions about Ohio laws regarding trees and property rights.

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Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer: 3Bar Biologics

3Bar Biologics is a microbe delivery and manufacturing company that partners with microbe discovery and commercialization companies.

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Legal with Leah – Proposition 12 Heads to Supreme Court

Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel Leah Curtis discusses the ramifications Prop 12 has on American agriculture and what the next steps for the case will be.

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Social Security and Medicare strategies for farmers

Incorporating these benefits into your long-term plans can help firm up your (and your farm’s) financial footing today and down the road.

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New mental wellness tools available to employers

A new toolkit, developed by the Ohio Department of Insurance, is designed to help employers and employees promote mental health in the workplace.

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Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer: Year-end review

On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk to Ty Higgins, senior director of communications and media relations at the Ohio Farm Bureau about the year that was 2021 and a look toward emerging topics of 2022.

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Legal with Leah: Economic development and eminent domain

With the announcement of Intel in Licking County, will eminent domain will play a role in finding the land resources for future projects in rural areas?

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Legal with Leah: Enlist Duo and EPA decision

What actions are being done for Farm Bureau here in Ohio and for the American Farm Bureau on this issue?

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Legal with Leah: New CDL training requirements

Farm Bureau, both at the state level and the federal level, has extensive policy that supports keeping the farm CDL exemption, even expanding the CDL exemption in some ways.

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Bill adds guardrails to handshake leases

HB 397 will bring Ohio up to date with many of the state’s Midwestern neighbors who have already created statutory guardrails for farm leases. 

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