AgrAbility with more than 30 year history

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A program focused on supporting individuals with disabilities in agriculture has a more than 30 year history. AgrAbility is supported by the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The goal is to provide support for injured and senior farmers. Through the Ohio program staff can make referrals that can have a direct impact on local farmers in need of assistance. 

To read stories for those farmers impacted over the 30 year history click here National AgrAbility Project – AgrAbility enhances the quality of life for farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural workers with disabilities, such as spinal cord injuries and amputations, AgrAbility addresses not only these but also many other conditions, such as arthritis, back impairments, and behavioral health issues. 

To find out more about the Ohio program click here Ohio Home | Ohio AgrAbility (osu.edu) 

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