Ohio will be ending the supplemental unemployment aid from the federal government June 26.
The legislative priorities are aimed at improving and enhancing Ohio’s business and job climate and increasing opportunities for Ohio families.
Ty Higgins discusses the implications of these changes in the tax code with Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel Leah Curtis.
The economic impact of international trade extends far beyond the farms producing the crops.
Nationwide suggests tried-and-true tips and strategies that may improve odds for success and increase profitability at a farmers market.
The yearlong pandemic has starkly demonstrated the desperate need to expand rural access to broadband in Ohio.
The Farm Bureau-backed Death Tax Repeal Act of 2021 (H.R. 1712, S. 617) was introduced in the House and Senate in March.
Full stop. The first case of COVID-19 was officially diagnosed in Ohio March 9, and the Ohio Department of Health ordered everyone to stay at home beginning March 23. Suddenly, schools across Ohio closed. Downtown office buildings emptied. Grocery stores…
Food supply issues due to COVID-19 has had some consumers worried about what they may not be able to find at the grocery store meat case. That has led to a push to connect with local farmers for meat, putting…
On the 10-year anniversary date of first opening, Gervasi Vineyard instead had to close its doors after Gov. Mike DeWine ordered all restaurants and bars closed because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The news was devastating to general manager Scott Swaldo…