North Dakota’s corporate farming laws are stopping family farms from bringing second cousins into the operation. A bill to correct the issue was discussed in the North Dakota legislature last week. NDFB President Daryl Lies says the bill points out an antiquated law that needs to be changed. “We have the state telling us who qualifies and who doesn’t qualify as a family member when it comes to your family farm and that’s not right.”
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