Monday, August 21, 2017

COLUMBUS - Brian and Jennifer Harbage of South Charleston have been named the 2004 Outstanding Young Farmers by the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.

WASHINGTON - Working to protect the rights of America's farm and ranch landowners, the American Farm Bureau Federation has filed a friend-of-the-court brief in a property case before the U.

COLUMBUS - Ohio Farm Bureau voting delegates tried to wade through 140 pages of proposed policies during a two-day session Dec.

MADISON, Wis. - Many dairy farmers opt to house their cows "on the loose" in freestall barns.

SALEM, Ohio - The Ohio Farmers Union wants a time out. Today they're calling for state legislators, educators and ag leaders to stop promoting and recruiting confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) until they've got sound science to prove the farms aren't a safety threat for communities and the environment.

(Editor's note: This article is reprinted with permission from the OSU Extension Sheep Team Newsletter.

COLUMBUS - This time of year, most Ohio farmers are thinking about wrapping up the 2004 growing season, not about wrapping up tort reform in the statehouse.

SALEM, Ohio - The Ohio Cattlemen's Association doesn't think the national beef checkoff will end, but in case it does, the group has a contingency plan.

COLUMBUS - Harvest has been long for Ohio soybean growers, but the end result is worth it. According to the Ohio Agricultural Statistics Service, the state is seeing a record state average yield of 47 bushels per acre - two bushels more than the previous record set in 1997.

CAMP HILL, Pa. - Several bills advanced by Pennsylvania Farm Bureau have been signed into law by Gov.
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