Marietta Agriculture Lawyer, Ohio


Includes: Agribusiness, Agrochemicals, Crops, Farms, Food Products, Pesticides

Ethan Thomas Vessels

Litigation, Energy, Insurance, Collection
Status:  In Good Standing           

James Scott Huggins

Litigation, Energy, Corporate, Bankruptcy
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  40 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Meerland Dairy LLC v. Ross Twp.

... plans for the operation. They also obtained licenses from the director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture required by RC Chapter 903 to install and operate a Concentrated Animal Feeding Facility ("CAFF"). {¶ 3} In 2005, the ...

Terry v. Sperry

... The court of appeals concluded that both RC 519.01 and RC 519.21(A) required that viticulture be the primary use of the property in order to qualify for the agriculture exemption from township zoning. ... The Meaning of "Agriculture". ...

Terry v. Sperry

... It has a website listed through the Ohio Department of Agriculture's website and in other publications. ... The court found that the winery's activities of making wine and marketing wine and shelf stable-foods on the property were the primary uses and that agriculture was secondary. ...