Licking County couple eager to field farming inquiries

Andy Hollenback knows what it is like to straddle the fence between life on the farm and life in an…

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Farm Bureau led effort to bring electricity to rural Ohioans

When it came to access to electricity in the 1930s, rural Ohioans were mostly left in the dark. In 1935,…

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Seasons of Change

There’s a reason the old saying “baptism by fire” has endured for decades. Ellen Joslin of Sidney experienced it acutely…

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Lifecycle of a Family Farm: Spring Planting

Till, no-till. Organic and conventional. Throw in some unique poultry and a goat fittingly named Jack “Free-Range” Willis and you…

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Dig deep: Ohio teachers stress importance of soil to students

When Robert Erwin initially tells students that much of his class will focus on soil and its role in environmental…

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Long-time Farm Bureau leader helps cultivate the future

Every place has at least one—those go-to people who seem to know everything and everyone in a community, and on…

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Safe driving in spring: Roads can still be risky in warmer weather

Now that you’ve survived driving in this past winter’s road conditions, getting around in spring should be a breeze, right?…

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A dab of sap: Sticky family tradition makes life sweet

Maple syrup has a long and sweet history as part of Ohio agriculture. It is a history shared by hard…

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FFA, farming around the world highlights of Our Ohio magazine

Ohio Farm Bureau’s Director of Publications Kelli Milligan Stammen outlines what readers can expect in the March/April 2017 Our Ohio magazine.

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Across the Table: If the jacket fits–an FFA legacy

Like all parents, Lisa and I want our kids to get an exceptional education. To that end, we’re dressing them…

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