Among the top policy issues will be protections for members’ rights as parties to oil and gas leases, addressing needed funding for Ohio’s roads and bridges and voluntary tracking of best farm management practices that improve the quality of Ohio’s waters.
Delegates are also expected to discuss the huge property tax increases farmers are experiencing and efforts to obtain legislative relief.
Thanks Dale Arnold, OFBF director of energy, utility and local government policy for presenting.
Keynote speeches will be delivered by Ohio Farm Bureau President Frank Burkett III and the organization’s new Executive Vice President Adam Sharp.
Attendees also will hear from Nationwide Chief Executive Officer Steve Rasmussen.
Meet Adam Sharp, Ohio Farm Bureau's new executive vice president, who begins his new role this week.
As you'll see, he's no stranger to Farm Bureau or Ohio agriculture. this week is highlighting the Ohio Nutrient Management Record Keeper (ONMRK).
County Farm Bureaus will be recognized for outstanding local programming, and individuals will be honored for their work to build membership and their contributions to the farm and food community.