The economic impact of international trade extends far beyond the farms producing the crops.
Jonathan and Alyssa Zucker from Marion County are first-year members of the Young Agricultural Professionals State Committee.
Farm Bureau members are among 20,000 Farmer Veteran Coalition members. FVC offers mentoring and grants programs, a farmer-to-farmer network and a Homegrown by Heroes label that lets consumers know the people growing their food and fiber are military veterans.
One of Mike Townsley’s biggest priorities is to increase the foundation’s visibility by sharing its story.
Nationwide suggests tried-and-true tips and strategies that may improve odds for success and increase profitability at a farmers market.
The Ohio Agriculture and Rural Communities Action Plan puts Farm Bureau’s priority issues front and center, brings people together, and creates opportunities for agriculture.
Farm Bureau at the county and state level raised funds to help build the 1920s-era Farm Bureau office that is part of Main Street at Sauder Village.
Past Ohio Farm Bureau education specialist Judy Roush is now in the daylily business with her daughter, Becky Moehl, at Darby Creek Fields and Flowers.
Features include Darby Creek Fields and Flowers, 1920’s Main Street at Sauder Village, Farmer Veteran Coalition and Heritage Cooperative.
Our Ohio magazine, which is a benefit of Farm Bureau membership or Our Ohio Supportership, features a recipes section in each issue. Here are some recipes shared in past issues that would make a tasty addition to Memorial Day gatherings….