The newsletter of ISBA’s Section on Agricultural Law
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Newsletter articles from 2008
4H and FFA income tax
Your client’s 16-year-old child is involved with the Future Farmers of America (FFA) program at his high school.
Farmland values and credit conditions
The largest annual increase in farmland values, 16 percent, in almost three decades highlighted an amazing year for agriculture in the Seventh Federal Reserve District.
A few notes from the Editor
A busy time for agriculture! Rising commodities prices, increasing input costs, appreciating land values…Here are some Internet sites that might be of interest and which may assist you.
Rural lender advantage
The United States Small Business Administration has introduced a modification of one of its loan programs, specifically designed to foster economic development in rural areas.
Vote for humane farming and nobody gets (as) hurt
no federal law protects animals from cruelty during their lives on the farm, and most state cruelty laws exempt “customary” practices anyway, such as debeaking or use of gestation crates and battery cages, no matter how cruel those practices are from a commonsense standpoint.