No time like the present for a gift

Nov. 29 is Giving Tuesday, a national day of philanthropy. Help support the next generation of Ohio farmers.

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Vets-to-be flourish at Findlay

University of Findlay encourages students to become large-animal veterinarians or, at the very least, mixed-practice veterinarians.

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French family leads the way in spelt production

Spelt is a popular alternative to wheat as it can be grown on low fertility soils and is high in dietary fiber, protein and whole grain carbohydrates and rich in other essential nutrients.

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Long road to booming chestnut market

Bob Stehli has a lifelong love of chestnut trees, and a passion to create just the right hybrid combination to make them disease and insect resistant. The experiment is ongoing.

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Farmland leases: What you need to know

Consult with your farm’s team of trusted advisers in drafting your next farm lease. That includes your lender, accountant, attorney and insurance provider.

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Nationwide helped make city to country transition a smooth one

‘When we upsized to a home with facilities for livestock, we were relieved when Nationwide again provided the best coverage options amongst the several companies we compared.’ ~ Bo Harstine.

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Benefits, risks of adding agritourism to your farm or ranch

Before adding agritourism to your farm or ranch, think about the specific risks you and your visitors will face and how you’ll mitigate them.

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Across the table: The value of membership

In today’s world of higher prices for just about everything, we often find ourselves asking if we are truly getting what we pay for. But when it comes to your Ohio Farm Bureau membership, the value far exceeds the dues you pay.

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Grassroots efforts reroute potential U.S. 23 bypass

When ODOT initially unveiled its US Route 23 proposals, the Skinner family saw red flags all over the place and the need to take action.

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