1. Bachelor moves on to private practice

    Oct 18, 2019

    Best wishes to Evin Bachelor as he leaves his fellowship with the Farm Office.  Evin will be practicing law with our good friends at Wright & Moore Law Co. LPA in Delaware, Ohio.  He's an excellent addition to an already outstanding agricultural law firm.  You’ll continue to see his work on the Farm Office, however, as we’ll be contracting with Evin on a few more finance and farm transition projects in the next year.  Evin’s time with OSU is over, but our work with Evin will continue!

  2. New law bulletin series focuses on farm financial agreements

    Oct 14, 2019

    The Financing the Farm law bulletin series provides new and beginning farmers with an overview of the most commonly used documents in agricultural finance. Each law bulletin covers a different type of financial agreement, and explains basic terminology, fundamental legal requirements, and how the arrangement is used in farming operations.

  3. Ohio Department of Agriculture photo of hemp plants

    Legal or not? New law bulletin addresses growing industrial hemp in Ohio

    Sep 6, 2019

    There's a lot of buzz these days about growing hemp as an agricultural crop, but it's not yet legal to do so in Ohio.  We've written a new law bulletin to explain the status of federal and state laws on hemp.  Read the law bulletin here, and be sure to follow the Ohio Ag Law Blog to learn when it will be legal to begin growing and processing hemp in Ohio.