Learn from one another in the areas of customer service, marketing and getting started in agritourism.
HB 95 establishes an income tax credit for beginning farmers who participate in a financial management program, administered by the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
Charlie and Casey Ellington, from Stark County, previously served as chaircouple of the Ohio Farm Bureau State Young Agricultural Professionals Committee.
The YAP State Committee is soliciting presenter abstracts for the conference. Apply by March 1, 2021.
The grants are courtesy of Farm Credit Mid-America and fund YAP-focused educational programming or events.
Stacie Anderson of Wood County is the winner of Ohio Farm Bureau’s Young Agricultural Professionals 2021 Discussion Meet competition.
Leading the committee are Megan and Tyrone Brannon of Tuscarawas County, Kameron Rinehart of Fayette County and Bailey Elchinger of Henry County.
Often a vision for retiring from a career in agriculture may be a bit different than most. Options can range from staying on the farm and helping during harvest and planting, to just tinkering around the shop, or selling and…
Young agricultural professionals who do not derive the majority of their income from production agriculture can earn recognition for their contributions to the agriculture industry.
The contest is designed to help young farmers strengthen their business skills, develop marketing opportunities and receive recognition for their accomplishments.