Grain handler’s law should be reviewed

Even as Senate Bill 66, a bill that would make changes to the state’s grain indemnity program moves through the Ohio legislature, some groups, including the Ohio Farm Bureau, would like to see a comprehensive review of the entire grain handers program.

“We’ve encouraged lawmakers and the Department of Agriculture to work with us in the future,” said Brandon Kern, Director of State Policy at the Ohio Farm Bureau. “I don’t think that conversation will be a part of this bill, but in the future we would like to see a comprehensive review of the program, to make sure fits with how the industry operates today.”

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