You are officially invited to the Morrow County Annual Meeting, Wednesday, Aug. 16. We hope to see you there!
Members of the Jackson-Vinton Farm Bureau were among the nearly 340 delegates who participated in the 98th annual meeting of the Ohio Farm Bureau held in Columbus Nov. 30 – Dec. 2. Jackson-Vinton’s delegates were (left to right, top to…
~ Annual Meeting will be held in the Machinery Building
Many Ohio Farm Bureau members and staff are in Orlando to celebrate this past year’s achievements and represent Ohio as Farm Bureau policy priorities are set for the coming year. Check in on this page for LIVE updates from the digital eyes and ears of those in attendance.
Ohio Farm Bureau Board Trustee Roger Baker was in Washington, D.C. listening to a House panel discussion about the causes of the harmful algal blooms (HABs) on Lake Erie when his ears perked up.
Ohio Farm Bureau is conducting an intensive review of the state and local tax burden on Ohio farmers and landowners. OFBF has hired a tax consulting firm, Howard Fleeter & Associates, to provide estimates of several types of taxes paid by the agricultural sector over the past 20 years.
With the state legislature and Congress back in full session, Ohio Farm Bureau’s policy department has been busy examining various proposals that impact agriculture such as taxes, water quality and nutrient application.
The fifth session of AgriPOWER Class VI focused on local government and local issues in the Toledo area. The class also learned about local government from township, county and city government officials in that part of the state.
In general, the U.S. Constitution grants the federal government exclusive authority to regulate trade between states.
Recently, China has rejected some vessels carrying small amounts of a corn variety approved for marketing in the United States, but not in China. The market reacted negatively and a number of grain handling companies have indicated they will no longer accept that variety at their elevators.