Foundation set for success in 2022

Over the last few years, the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation has put intentional focus on its purpose architecture to create more clarity and awareness around what the foundation is and its work.

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Protecting your ‘next’ with Nationwide

As we continue to stay ahead of the curve for farmers and ranchers, find out how we can work together to protect your next.

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Across the table: What does the future hold?

The strength of Ohio Farm Bureau is rooted in providing members what they need to be prosperous and that hasn’t changed over the past century, although your needs certainly have.

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Student chefs create delectable dishes for 2022

Get to know Lorain County Community College Culinary Arts students Matthew Gregory, Brandon Woodall Sr., Garret Underwood and Megan Rataj.

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Meat processors work toward expanding capacity

Ohio meat processors like Jamie Graham, owner of R & C Packing, have been hard pressed to keep up with demand for their services. Consumer interest in locally raised meat has been steadily increasing in recent years, and the COVID-19 pandemic boosted demand further.

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Finding a Farm Bureau home at college

Collegiate Farm Bureaus at both Wilmington College as well as Ohio State University offer students with any major or specialization the opportunity to belong.

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January/February 2022 Our Ohio magazine preview

Editor Kelli Milligan Stammen shares what’s in store for readers, including recipes, member features and what’s next for Farm Bureau in 2022.

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Real books about ag for kids fuels Feeding Minds Press

The latest Feeding Minds author is Ohio Farm Bureau member Michelle Houts of Celina.

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80 Acres Farms: Vertical farming on the way up

80 Acres Farms’ newest farm blends the science and wisdom of farming with the efficiency and precision of manufacturing that allows the farm to deliver on its mission of growing high quality produce all year long.

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Company links more than fiber optics in rural Ohio

It takes time to both build community support and then to build out the fiber network itself, but Ohio Gig doesn’t go into a community looking for a monetary investment, but a credibility one.

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