Our Ohio Weekly: The 2021 Washington, D.C. Leadership Experience

Ohio Farm Bureau’s farmer leaders, including young agricultural professionals, AgriPOWER Class XII members, along with county presidents and vice presidents,…

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Our Ohio Weekly: Ohio’s Timber Industry

According to Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, nearly 31% of Ohio or over 8 million acres of the state is under forest cover.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Farm Bureau policy development

On this Our Ohio Weekly, hear from some of the members of this year’s Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Development Committee.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Expansion of H2Ohio

H2Ohio is a water quality initiative that addresses water issues in Ohio, including Lake Erie algal blooms caused by phosphorus runoff from farm fertilizer, wastewater, and home sewage treatment systems due to aging infrastructure, and lead contamination from old water pipes and fixtures.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Rural broadband expansion

Earlier this year, Gov. Mike DeWine signed House Bill 2 into law, creating the Ohio Broadband Expansion Program. Then, as…

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Hammersmith leaves legacy in ag education

Recently retired Ayersville High School ag teacher Don Hammersmith spent the last three and a half decades farming, both on his own small farm in Defiance County and in the classroom.

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Patterson follows family 
tradition in Farm Bureau

Meet Ohio Farm Bureau president, Bill Patterson and learn about his family farm in Geauga County, Patterson Fruit Farm.

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Making money on carbon farming starts with data

The following information is provided by Nationwide, the No. 1 farm and ranch insurer in the U.S.* A growing list…

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From prop to crop, farming takes flight

Fisher’s Crop Care by Air applies important nutrients and crop protection products to over 100,000 acres of Ohio corn, soybean and wheat fields each growing season.

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Be on lookout for seasonal plant diseases

The best way to control these diseases (and all plant diseases) is to prevent them from arriving in the first place.

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