This episode of 'Legal with Leah' addresses the use of farm equipment on roadways.

As farmers transport equipment from field to field they should be aware of Ohio laws governing weight, size, lighting and signage. Leah and Joe cover these topics on this edition of Legal With Leah.

Listen to a preview of the podcast below and download the full episode by clicking the link just below the image on this page.

Property taxes, dog laws, and dozens of other legal issues impact rural Ohioans every day. Legal With Leah is an exclusive benefit for Farm Bureau members and features OFBF’s director of agricultural law Leah Curtis and Joe Cornely chatting about the topics on the minds of landowners.

More Legal with Leah:

OSHA overstep

Ohio water and drainage laws

CAUV

Line fence law

Find more landowner resources on our Ohio Landowners Resource Page.

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