Changes to North Dakota’s corporate farming law are on the way to Governor Doug Burgum’s desk. The House took a second vote on the bill due to a technicality, sending it to the Senate. Both chambers approved the legislation. It includes language that will allow farmers and ranchers to start working on a project right away to take advantage of this construction season. With this bill, the majority of shareholders in a livestock corporation must operate the farm. IN addition, the corporation can’t own more than 160 acres.
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