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Wed
7
2022
December 7, 2022

Impact Podcast Release - December

A Women Leading in Ohio Agribusiness podcast

Wed
14
2022
December 14, 2022
11:30AM - 12:30PM

Connection Networking Hour - December

A Women Leading in Ohio Agribusiness virtual networking event

Wed
11
2023
January 11-13, 2023

LAUNCH Session 1

Columbus

Latest News view all news

12/02/2022

Attend the 2023 Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshops

Held March 8 and 9

The Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Workshop training program is designed to help participants become more aware of the chemical properties, proper handling, cautions and hazards when working with anhydrous ammonia, equipment, and containment. Coordinated and planned by OABA’s Safety & Risk Management subcommittee, the training features experts from both within and outside of the industry.

11/30/2022

OABA Signs Letter to U.S. Senate Regarding Confirmation of Trade Affairs Representatives

The Ohio AgriBusiness Association recently signed a letter sent to Senate leadership requesting confirmation of Doug McKalip to serve as Chief Agricultural Negotiator for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and Alexis Taylor to serve as Under Secretary of Agriculture for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs before the end of the year.

11/30/2022

OABA Signs on to Letter to Legislative Leaders Regarding Rail Labor Dispute

The Ohio AgriBusiness Association recently signed a letter sent to House and Senate leaders urging swift action to avert a rail strike or lockout that would lead to shutdowns or slowdowns of rail-dependent facilities resulting in devastating consequences to our national and global food security.

11/21/2022

OABA, National Partners Urge Congress to Intervene in Rail Labor Dispute

OABA, along with our national partners, is asking members to contact their senators and representatives in Congress to urge them to prevent a shutdown of the U.S. rail network.

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