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Landowners sue Ohio over CAUV calculation

Published Jul. 6, 2015

Attorneys for the case are hoping to get it certified as a class action, to include more than 100,000 property owners who were taxed over the last 10 years.

Four accused of aiding slave-labor ring on Ohio egg farms

Published Jul. 6, 2015

A federal indictment unsealed today accuses four people of running or aiding a slave-labor ring that smuggled Guatemalan teenagers as young as 14 into the United States, forcing them to live in horrible conditions and taking the money they made working at central Ohio egg farms. Trillium has not been charged...

Cuba’s Food Potential

Published Jul. 6, 2015

The United States has lost market share in recent years, selling only $286 million in agricultural exports to the Cuban government in 2014.

Recent rains keep farmers on sidelines

Published Jul. 2, 2015

“Sunshine and dry weather would be appreciated statewide,” reads the last sentence of Monday’s Ohio Crop Weather Report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Great Lakes Region.

Ohio Supreme Court: Which Dormant Mineral Act applies?

Published Jul. 2, 2015

The Dormant Mineral Act governs the ownership rights of minerals that have been severed from the surface lands. It establishes conditions and procedures by which the ownership of mineral rights are preserved with the mineral holder or abandoned to the owner of the surface lands.