For almost 100 years, Ohio Farm Bureau has played a significant role in the lives of Ohioans. For the past twenty years, the organization has been lead at the executive level by John C. Fisher. Jack, as he’s best known,…
This year’s inductees are F. Joe Darst of Gahanna , Mark Ferrell of Jamestown, John C. “Jack” Fisher of Columbus, Elizabeth Ann Mumaw of New Philadelphia, Nevin Smith of Marysville and John Spreng Jr. of Bucyrus.
For Fisher, who retires in early August after 20 years as Farm Bureau’s executive vice president, leadership is all about relationships.
In his annual address to delegates at the 97th annual meeting, President Steve Hirsch reminded them they are part of one of the most influential organizations in the state whether the issue is marijuana, Current Agricultural Use Value or water…
By next summer Ohio Farm Bureau will have a new executive vice president.
This year, for New Year’s, I resolved to not make any resolutions.
Ohio State is in the process of hiring a new president. This is a really big deal, given the university’s global impact on mankind’s well-being.
Is it plagiarism to pirate your own opinions? I hope not, because I wrote this in Up Front nearly 12 years ago.
Consider this your official invitation to get out of the grandstand and off the midway and immerse yourself in all things agrarian at the fair.
The estate tax takes an unfair toll on Ohio farmers and other community based family businesses.