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Corporate farming document provides background for KLA policy discussions


Members of the Kansas Livestock Association Stockgrowers and Cattle Feeders Councils will consider policy on the state’s corporate farming laws Dec. 5 at the annual convention in Wichita. KLA staff has prepared a background document to help members better understand the current law, proposed changes and current KLA policy. It is available at

Bills considered by the 2013 Kansas Legislature would have removed existing restrictions on certain corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships and corporate partnerships to own agricultural land in Kansas. The bills were tabled for further review and could be considered when the 2014 Kansas Legislature convenes in early January.

Date: 12/02/2013


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