If you are farming on leased land or are leasing your farmland you won’t want to miss this! As of July 21, 2022 a new law on crop farm leases has gone into effect . This new law addresses farm crop lease landlords who are in a farmland leasing aggreement that does not address termination. If a landlord is wanting to terminate the lease they must do so by delivering a written notice of termination to the tenant by September 1 of the current lease period. This affects verbal leases and written leases that fails to include termination provisions. If you are wanting to gain more information on the new law you can attend the Ohio Farmland Leasing Update Webinar on August 11, 2022 from 8:00-10:00am. If you can’t make it during that time the webinar will be recorded so you can watch it or re-watch it at anytime. Below you will find the flyer will all of the information that you will need about the webinar as well as an article by Peggy Kirk Hall that answers some commonly asked questions regarding this new law.
Are you a small business owner? Or are you an entrepreneur wanting to start your own business but don’t know where to start? Well look no further! Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic at Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law, CFAES Center for Cooperatives, the Small Business Development center at the OSU South Centers, and the OSU South Centers Manufacturing Extension Partnership are hosting a FREE 1 day clinic on common legal issues that businesses face. There are 3 half hour sessions and will have the following speakers and topics:
Legal Basics of Branding and Marketing: What to know in a digital world: Patrick Perkins, OSU Moritz College of Law
Legal Structures for Small Business: Paige Wilson, OSU Moritz College of Law
Working with Independent Contractors: Jacqueline Radebaugh, Jason Wiener p.c.
You can register for FREE by clicking here.
For more information see the flyer below.
If you are a cattle producer needing to renew your BQA certification please join Pike County Extension on August 18th 5PM at the Pike County fairgrounds. To register go to https://go.osu.edu/bqapikescioto
July judging for 4-H projects will be held on July 13th at the Brown County Fairgrounds. This is the only project judging for Family and Consumer Science (FCS) related projects. For all other pre-fair interviewed projects the July judging is to qualify for the Ohio State Fair, with county judging held on September 10th.
For the upcoming July 13th judging, all members will need to register for a project appointment by July 8th at http://go.osu.edu/projectappointment. If you have more than one project to be judged you will need to schedule an appointment for each project.
For full details on your projects and what to bring to judging review your project letter. This was mailed to youth enrolled in specific projects but can also be found at http://brown.osu.edu/exhibitorletters.
Additional information on project completion can be found on our website here: https://brown.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/project-completion-and-fair-requirements
This page includes a full listing of the project completion document as well as projects listed down by when they are judged: July, September, or Fair.
If you have any questions on project judging, please contact our office. Details and the link for the September judging will be provided closer to that date.