Chocolatier finds healthy benefits plan with Farm Bureau

Ines Rehner knew the very first time she tasted chocolate that it was going to be at the center of…

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Presenting a balanced view of agriculture

Vetting outside groups who want to speak to students is critical “Oh my gosh. I’m not going to eat meat…

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Farm work may help autistic individuals bloom

When given the opportunity to plant, water and weed at two small greenhouses and a field of vegetables, some people…

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Ag diversity, struggle on display in southeast Ohio

The heart of Ohio’s Appalachian foothills seems a far cry from Washington, D.C., or the Statehouse in Columbus for that…

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Horse camp brings community together

For five years, Rick McCleese searched across the country for the perfect site to fulfill his dream of running his…

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Making safe farms a reality in northeast Ohio

First responders in rural communities across the state have an acute need for grain bin rescue training, but a finite…

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Across the Table: Farmers don’t quit

They say rain makes grain. Well, that certainly wasn’t the case this spring. Nonstop, heavy rains kept many corn, soybean,…

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Nine organizations receive Foundation grants

Making a measurable difference in communities and the agricultural industry is the goal of Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation’s Action &…

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September/October 2019 Our Ohio magazine preview

Grain bin rescues have been abundant throughout Ohio in 2019, but first responder training for such an emergency can be…

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More than half the state designated an ag disaster area

Farmers in more than half the counties in Ohio are eligible to apply for emergency loans following a series of…

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