Trade, water quality, immigration, regulations, infrastructure and renewable energy were among the many topics Ohio Farm Bureau members and other farmers discussed with Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue on Thursday.
Ohio Farm Bureau has set its state and federal policy priority issues for the year. The organization’s grassroots policy process surfaces and determines areas that have a significant impact on production agriculture, the food system and rural communities. These priorities are…
Solar Development Informational Meeting
ALERT: Farm Bureau will be making telephone calls to many members asking them to relay their personal CAUV experiences directly to their state legislators. Locate your legislator and his or her phone number at farmvotesmatter.org. Enter your complete mailing address. Your…
American Farm Bureau is encouraging farmers and ranchers across the country to “take a stand” with John Duarte, a fourth-generation California farmer and Farm Bureau member. Duarte is in a legal battle with federal regulators over whether he violated the…
Ohio Farm Bureau has been working to show how much of the tax burden has been shifted to agriculture and how any decrease in agricultural taxes would be spread out over the significantly larger non-agricultural taxpayer group.
New bill addresses zoning, liability and tax concerns
Carol Teter and John Lovejoy are fighting a pipeline’s proposal to take their land by eminent domain.
Ohio Farm Bureau members’ concerns about a pipeline that will cross 18 Ohio counties are addressed in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s draft rule.
Ohio’s county Farm Bureau presidents are taking their annual trip to Washington, D.C. March 15-17. Check here for the latest updates from Ohio Farm Bureau, media across the state and the farmers while on the ground on Capitol Hill.