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Insights about agriculture, the law from co-chair of the Young Agricultural Professionals state committee. Brad Heimerl has a unique perspective on agriculture and the law.
Ohio Farm Bureau will be working with federal and pipeline officials to ensure southern and central Ohio landowners’ properties are properly repaired and other concerns are addressed during construction of the Columbia Gas Transmission Leach Xpress project.
On Aug. 28, the “Waters of the U.S.” (WOTUS) rule went into effect, expanding federal Clean Water Act jurisdiction over many landscape features found on private lands.
Ohio Farm Bureau is holding educational seminars around the state to help answer questions about oil and natural gas royalties.
Ohio Farm Bureau had a role in a grain storage bin case decided by the Ohio Supreme Court, which ruled the bins are personal property and can’t be taxed as real property.
Two legal actions have been launched to make changes to the Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV), which is designed to tax land at its productive value rather than its development value.
It’s important to know that liability for off-premises recreational use of an ATV is not covered by most farm policies.
Meet Derek and Emily Schmitt of Fairfield County, the latest featured editors of the Growing Our Generation eletter.
Ohio Farm Bureau's Young Agricultural Professionals are accepting entries for the 2016 Discussion Meet contest. Entry forms are due Nov. 2.The contest will be held Dec. 2.