New Agricultural & Food Law Consortium Begins Work
Ohio State is a partner in the newly formed Agricultural and Food Law Consortium, which recently met at the National Agricultural Law Center (NALC). Partners include Ross Pifer, Penn State College of Law; Peggy Hall, OSU; Stephanie Showalter Otts, National Sea Grant Law Center; Beth Rumley, NALC; (back row) Dudley Hoskins, National Association of State Departments of Agriculture; Rusty Rumley and Harrison Pittman, NALC.
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  1. Webinar Focuses on Funding Long-Term Care for Farm Families

    04/08/2015 - 8:58am

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – The rising costs of nursing home care may impact farm families harder than others due to farm assets that may limit or prevent a family member from qualifying for Medicaid, according to by an agricultural law expert with the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.
  2. Farm Law Workshop Series

    03/04/2015 - 11:43am

    OSU Extension's Peggy Kirk Hall and Robert Moore of law firm Wright & Moore Co. LPA will partner to offer a Farm Law Workshop Series this March.  The three-night series will include the following sessions:
  3. Legal Sessions at Ohio Small Farm Conferences this March

    02/12/2015 - 3:34pm

    OSU's Small Farm Conferences will again include legal sessions this year.  At the "Opening Doors to Success" Small Farm Conference in Wilmington, Ohio on March 13--14, 2015, OSU's Peggy Kirk Hall will present two sessions: Using “Free” Labor on Your Farm: Laws You Need to Know  and Should You be an LLC? Legal Considerations for Organizing Your Business.