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Ohio Farm Bureau survey gauges impact of COVID-19

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TAKE THE SURVEY: The goal of this survey is to gauge, in a broad scope, the uncertainties and concerns being felt across Ohio agriculture during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The results will allow OFB to continue to help members navigate through the pandemic.

COVID-19 has caused many disruptions to daily life, agriculture and the entire food chain. The global pandemic has resulted in negative consequences for every sector of Ohio’s food production system in a vast number of ways.

With the help of insightful conversations with members about what they are experiencing on their farms, as well as what they are seeing in their agricultural communities, Ohio Farm Bureau has left no stone unturned. Those discussions have shed light on immediate issues members are experiencing, as well as their concerns about the long-term burdens their livelihoods may shoulder because of the coronavirus outbreak.

To take these efforts a step further, Ohio Farm Bureau has created a Farm, Food and Agribusiness COVID-19 Impact Survey. The goal of this survey is to gauge, in a broad scope, the uncertainties and concerns being felt across Ohio agriculture.

The survey only takes a couple of minutes, and the input will be valuable. The greater the response, the better the results. Those results will allow Farm Bureau to continue helping members to navigate through this very trying time for agriculture.

Ohio Farm Bureau’s mission is working together for Ohio farmers to advance agriculture and strengthen communities.

The survey is available at

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