2022 Year in Review

Farm Bureau advocates for agriculture in big and small ways – from fighting for priority issues such as landowner property rights and the next farm bill, to educating members about the need to study solar leases carefully.

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Search for food science study pays off

In his online search for information related to a career in food science, Jayden Porter found Ohio Farm Bureau’s ExploreAg program.

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Five chefs take on recipe challenge in 2023

Five student chefs in the Lorain County Community College Culinary Arts program put together the dishes for 2023 Our Ohio magazine.

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Holy family finds value in maple syrup, membership

Members of Geauga County Farm Bureau, the Holys are growing their maple syrup operation and their involvement in Farm Bureau.

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Rose honored with Y Prize for work in farmer mental health efforts

One of the goals of the Y Prize is to lessen the stigma surrounding mental health issues.

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Bovine genetics no bull at Select Sires

Based in Plain City, Select Sires’s goal is to provide the very best genetics with the highest possible on-farm fertility to increase farmers’ profitability.

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Paving a Farm Bureau member’s leadership path to Washington

Holmes County farmer Bob Gibbs is the first state Farm Bureau president in the nation to serve as a member of Congress in Washington, D.C.

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Across the Table: Opportunities to lead

I encourage you to look at all of the opportunities your Farm Bureau offers if serving your community, county Farm Bureau or Ohio agriculture is something you have a strong interest in.

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Tracking technology enhances farm efficiency

Nationwide is working in partnership with Razor Tracking to offer discounts on telematics and fleet management systems to Nationwide agribusiness customers.

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