Hemp production plan in Ohio gets green light

The rules surrounding hemp production in Ohio are now in place before the 2020 planting season begins. Shortly after the…

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Legislation helps jump-start job training

In mid-January Gov. Mike DeWine signed House Bill 2, which gives employers and individuals looking for additional job training state…

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Unusual alliance forms to protect water quality

At the beginning of 2019, a group of Ohio agricultural organizations, including Farm Bureau, along with conservation and academia groups,…

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Ohio Supreme Court rules on oil, gas expired leases

When does an oil and gas lease expire due to lack of production, and how long do landowners have if…

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2020 Grain Bin Safety Week, safety contest

Each year, some farmers risk their lives when they enter large grain bins to remove clumped or rotting grain while…

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Property protection program payout increases to $5,000

The Ohio Farm Bureau Property Protection Program, more commonly known as the $2,500 Reward Program, has been increased to $5,000….

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Video aims to dispel pork industry myths

The curiosity from consumers about how their food is grown is rising. When it comes to getting answers to questions…

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Dormant mineral rights ownership clarity sought

A bill pending in the Ohio House seeks to clear up confusion over whether landowners own the mineral rights to…

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Stormwater fees help improve, protect Ohio’s water

When it rains or when snow melts, there are no boundaries — the water flows wherever it wants. Managing stormwater…

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How ag lenders are banking on farmers

Joel Oney, vice president and manager of agribusiness lending at Heartland Bank, will be the first to tell you that…

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