The North Dakota Legislature is in recess until Wednesday. During the second half of the session, the Senate will consider legislation to change the state’s corporate farming law. Senate Agriculture and Veteran Affairs Committee Chairman Larry Luick said something needs to be done to expand animal agriculture. Projects are apparently ready to go once the corporate farming law is amended. “We heard there are three (projects) that are waiting at the door on the east side of the state,” said Luick. “From what I was told, there’s three different companies that want to start construction immediately as soon as they have the okay to do so.”
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