ExploreAg: Igniting a spark in ag careers

The innovative program is free to high school students who often don’t know what Ohio agriculture jobs are available.

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A farmer in need turned advocate for mental health

Advocating for farmer mental health was far from Brandon Fullenkamp’s comfort zone, but he knew it was a place he had to be.

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Dellifield is first ‘Y’ Prize recipient

As the granddaughter of a Hardin County farmer, Jami Dellifield knew that agriculture didn’t easily make room for mental health…

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StoneX can help farmers navigate commodity futures

Farm Bureau’s partnership with StoneX gives members discounted access to customized commodity marketing plans, advisory services and data management tools.

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Across the Table: Attention lawmakers

Leading up to Election Day, Ohio Farm Bureau will be working directly with lawmakers, tracking their actions and the impacts that they have on our industry, both positively and negatively, and we’ll be communicating that to you.

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Social Security and Medicare strategies for farmers

Incorporating these benefits into your long-term plans can help firm up your (and your farm’s) financial footing today and down the road.

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March/April Our Ohio magazine highlights

Story topics include agriculture careers, farmer mental health and Farm Bureau 2022 priority issues, plus recipes and events.

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Ag careers are growing on trees

Teaching students about the career possibilities in agriculture – and at places like Davey Tree Expert Company – is a key mission of the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation.

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2022 Ohio Agriculture and Rural Communities Action Plan

While dealing with the lingering effects of the pandemic and multiple economic uncertainties, Ohio Farm Bureau calls on policymakers to implement this action plan to help bolster Ohio agriculture and our rural communities.

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Ohio State study finds more than one definition of rural Ohio

Research found that there is a lot of movement from rural areas to other rural areas of the state.

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