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The Ohio Supreme Court ruled earlier this month that nonpermanent grain storage bins are personal property and are not to be taxed as real property, as they have been in some Ohio counties, according to Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Agricultural Law Leah Curtis.
What do farms need to know about their responsibilities in hiring employees and independent contractors? What is the difference between an employee and an independent contractor?
The mindset an employee brings to your farm each day is at the core of whether they are currently thinking and acting in this way or if there's room for improvement. An employee with an "owner" mindset cares differently for the farm, so they take different actions than an employee who doesn't have this mindset.
Nobody knows the shortcomings of the organic standard, or GMO corn, or no-till, better than the farmer who has put it into practice. But the farther you get from the farm, the louder the voices get.
as supporters of the bill in Congress pointed out, so far, there isnâ€™t any safety risk from, GMO foods, sometimes also called GE foods, for genetically engineered