Weaver wins 2023 Outstanding Young Farmer award

Brad Weaver of Wyandot County is a sixth generation farmer from Upper Sandusky. His family raises wheat, corn, and soybeans as cash crops and uses a wide variety of cover crops on their farm.

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2023 Winter Leadership Experience reflection

The 2023 Young Ag Professionals Winter Leadership Experience was held this past weekend at the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio….

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Winter Leadership Experience combines entertainment, education for Young Ag Professionals

More than 500 Farm Bureau members took part in the 2023 winter conference, where they enjoyed networking, expert sessions and inspiring messages.

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Beginning Farmer Tax Credit is now available

The Beginning Farmer Tax Credit is available to those who’ve recently entered the field, as well as those who help beginning farmers.

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DATE CHANGE TO FEB. 23 – Snow Tubing – YAP Night Out

Local County Young Ag Professional groups to host a fun night out for family tubing fun!

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Anderson wins American Farm Bureau Excellence in Agriculture Award

Ohio Farm Bureau Young Agricultural Professional Stacie Anderson of Wood County is the winner of the 2023 American Farm Bureau Excellence in Agriculture Award.

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Hannewald wins American Farm Bureau Discussion Meet

Ohio Farm Bureau Young Agricultural Professional Mike Hannelwald of Lucas County is the winner of the 2023 American Farm Bureau Discussion Meet.

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Growing our Generation: New YAP State Committee members

Luke and Kayla Durbin, Carly Fitz, Tim and Sarah Terrill and Greg Williams are the newest members of the Ohio Farm Bureau Young Agricultural Professionals State Committee.

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Zuckers named to American Farm Bureau committee

Jonathan and Alyssa Zucker of Marion County have been appointed to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Harness racing review, Winter Leadership Experience preview

The correlation between agriculture and the equine industries is not hard to find. Farmers provide for the horses and, in turn, those horses are a major draw at county fairs.

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