The conference will be held at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati Jan. 28-29. Register by Jan. 4, 2022.
Consumers are paying higher prices at the grocery for beef, pork and poultry, and the four largest meat packing companies are making record profits, yet the farmers in the middle are losing money.
Over the past year, agriculture has realized numerous successes in Gov. Mike DeWine’s water quality initiative, with over a million acres of farmland impacted.
The letter addresses four key tax provisions that make it possible for farmers and ranchers to survive and pass their businesses on to the next generation: estate taxes, stepped-up basis, 199A small business deduction and like-kind exchanges.
This year’s conference focused on looking at the economic impacts and the power of the cooperative business model with an emphasis on the power of growing your own food.
A growing list of food companies and agribusinesses are offering payments to farmers for climate-smart farming practices if these practices can be adequately documented.
HB 168 will help employers avoid costly increases in payments into the unemployment compensation fund to help pay off the state’s federal debt.
Ford, Caterpillar, John Deere, Grainger and the Member Savings Advantage program are performing well for Farm Bureau members so far in 2021.
A new digital map from the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration provides more detail about broadband needs across the country than any other publicly available resource.
Three Ohio fire departments received life-saving grain rescue tubes and hands-on training thanks to Nationwide, in partnership with the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety.