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.
Thanks to the efforts of Ohio Farm Bureau volunteers and staff, the organization had an increase in active membership for the 2017 membership year. OFBF had an increase of 2,146 active members, bringing the total to 63,605. Active members are…
Your membership helped us get the job done at the statehouse,
in Washington, D.C. and in local communities across Ohio.
2014 Election Guide provides information about candidates in the governor, secretary of state, treasurer, auditor, attorney general, state representatives and state senate races. Information about candidates’ support of Farm Bureau policies also is provided.
Working through Ohio Farm Bureau, farmers were actively engaged in the multi-year process of drafting, writing and revising the law. The bill, the first of its kind in the nation, was first passed by the Senate. The House recently passed its version, which the Senate is expected to approve. It will then go to Gov. John Kasich for his signature.
This is a special insert to Buckeye Farm News, highlighting the major stories and accomplishments of Ohio Farm Bureau in the past year.