Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel, Leah Curtis, talks about the consequences of SB 52 and what those in a lease or thinking about a lease need to know.
Ty Higgins discusses the implications of these changes in the tax code with Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel Leah Curtis.
An Ohio dairy farm, recently impacted by stray voltage, found itself in court because of it.
With the uptick in unemployment fraud, Ohio Farm Bureau’s Leah Curtis gives guidance on what to do if you are a victim.
Policy Counsel Leah Curtis explains what landowners need to know if faced with an eminent domain lawsuit.
What does the vaccine rollout for Ohio look like, when will the farm and food sector have access to the vaccine, and will there be workplace vaccine requirements?
Dairy farmers in Ohio and across the country who sold milk to Dean Foods prior to the company’s bankruptcy are now being asked to help Dean Foods pay for its debt. Those farmers have received debt settlement letters demanding dairy…
In part 2 of the landowner liability series, Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel Leah Curtis looks at the instances where a landowner could be found liable for a trespassers’ injuries, explaining intentional conduct and attractive nuisance.
There are quite a few advantages of being a landowner, including tax deductions, returns on the investment and potential borrowing power. But owning land also comes with some liability. Leah Curtis explains.
Food supply issues due to COVID-19 has had some consumers worried about what they may not be able to find at the grocery store meat case. That has led to a push to connect with local farmers for meat, putting…