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Since its origin 100 years ago, the Ohio Farm Bureau has significantly shaped the culture and economy of the Buckeye State.
“People have within their own hands the tools to fashion their own destiny,” said Murray Lincoln,
Ohio Farm Bureau’s first executive vice president in 1919.
He rallied farmers around an idea that still defines the organization. Lincoln spoke of “cooperation amongst the rural folks of Ohio along commercial, economical, legislative, social, and educational lines.” That is the Ohio Farm Bureau today, enabling individuals to do together what cannot be done alone.
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