Ohio Farm Bureau has been working to show how much of the tax burden has been shifted to agriculture and how any decrease in agricultural taxes would be spread out over the significantly larger non-agricultural taxpayer group.
ALERT: Farm Bureau will be making telephone calls to many members asking them to relay their personal CAUV experiences directly to their state legislators. Locate your legislator and his or her phone number at farmvotesmatter.org. Enter your complete mailing address. Your…
Solar Development Informational Meeting
American Farm Bureau is encouraging farmers and ranchers across the country to “take a stand” with John Duarte, a fourth-generation California farmer and Farm Bureau member. Duarte is in a legal battle with federal regulators over whether he violated the…
Carol Teter and John Lovejoy are fighting a pipeline’s proposal to take their land by eminent domain.
New bill addresses zoning, liability and tax concerns
The power of eminent domain has been in the news recently because of a highly visible political candidate. Eminent domain is revisited in two four-minute Legal with Leah podcasts with Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Ag Law Leah Curtis.
Do ATVs and utility vehicles fall under the sales tax exemption for agriculture? It depends, according to Leah Curtis, Ohio Farm Bureau’s director of agricultural law. Under Ohio law, the agricultural sales tax exemption applies to most items that will…
What recourse do farmers have if they dispute their test results from the elevator? Farm Bureau’s ag law director Leah Curtis and Joe Cornely talk about the options in the latest Legal with Leah.
Ohio Farm Bureau has set six state priority issues for 2016: water quality; taxation and business climate; building community through economic development; energy; quality of life issues, and increasing grassroots awareness and involvement.