Ohio Farm Bureau urges Congress to avert rail strike

Ohio Farm Bureau wrote a letter to Ohio’s congressional delegation urging swift action to avert a rail strike or lockout that would lead to shutdowns or slowdowns of rail-dependent facilities.

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Grassroots efforts reroute potential U.S. 23 bypass

When ODOT initially unveiled its US Route 23 proposals, the Skinner family saw red flags all over the place and the need to take action.

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Restaurants swimming against current of rising costs, labor shortages

Dan Young, CEO and chief ice cream dipper for Young’s Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs, Ohio talks about how his business has survived and his outlook on the future.

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Tentative agreement reached to thwart potential rail strike

Farm Bureau’s message to lawmakers this week was to keep the trains moving and not to put more pressure on an already bogged down supply chain.

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Legal with Leah: Ohio Power v. Burns eminent domain case

Landowners should have the right to challenge and make sure that a taking is necessary and that it’s limited to what is actually necessary so that the law is upheld.

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Insurance coverage for double crop soybeans expanded in Ohio

USDA’s Risk Management Agency is expanding double crop insurance opportunities in nearly 1,500 counties, including 87 of Ohio’s 88 counties, where double cropping is viable.

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Ohio Farm Bureau backs ‘consistent’ Ohio Supreme Court justices

Ohio Farm Bureau was part of a group of Ohio’s largest business organizations that announced their endorsement of Sharon Kennedy for chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court and Pat DeWine and Pat Fischer for re-election to the Ohio Supreme Court.

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The case for more homegrown fuel

Even though fuel prices remain high, the increased use of corn ethanol is helping temper those price increases. And it’s also benefiting the farmers who grow the corn.

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Ohio Farm Bureau submits comments to SEC

Ohio Farm Bureau submitted public comments in a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission regarding a proposed rule that could severely impact family farms by requiring climate disclosures by public companies.

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DeWine requests E15 sales year-round

So far, governors in eight Midwestern states have taken the action of notifying the EPA that they wish to switch to this fuel.

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