Ohio Farm Bureau President Bill Patterson wrote a letter to Ohio’s congressional delegation, reiterating Farm Bureau’s significant concern for certain tax proposals being considered that would hurt family farms.Read More
Farm Bureau is at the forefront of the top issues impacting agriculture in Ohio. We are committed to keeping our farm and food communities strong and successful. Priority issues include work on property taxes, water quality, energy development, promoting good government and securing a proper business climate for agriculture to prosper. The policy book for 2021 was determined by delegates to the annual meeting. American Farm Bureau’s 2021 polices are available to download.
Although we had very informative briefings from American Farm Bureau, USDA and the Senate Ag Committee employees and members, some of the most meaningful and memorable information about the topics came from the other Ohioans on the trip with me.Read More
In the recommendations, Ohio Farm Bureau expressed disappointment in EPA’s decision to replace the Navigable Waters Protection Rule and explains why the rule should be left in place.Read More
My experience as part of an Ohio Farm Bureau group that spent three days in Washington, D.C. learning about policy and meeting members of Congress.Read More
Ohio Farm Bureau’s farmer leaders including young agricultural professionals, AgriPOWER Class XII members and county presidents, plus members of the media and select Farm Bureau staff are in Washington, D.C. Sept. 28-30, 2021.Read More
Consumers are paying higher prices at the grocery for beef, pork and poultry, and the four largest meat packing companies are making record profits, yet the farmers in the middle are losing money.Read More