Tax Deferrals on Forced Livestock Sales

 

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Farmers and ranchers who were previously forced to sell livestock because of drought now have more time to replace the livestock and defer paying state and federal income taxes on any gains from those forced sales.

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Organic 101: Five Steps to Organic Certification

Posted by Miles McEvoy, National Organic Program Deputy Administrator, on October 10, 2012 at 11:44 AM

The USDA organic label is backed by a certification system that verifies farmers or handling facilities located anywhere in the world comply with the USDA Organic Regulations. Certification entails five steps:

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Merek Vet Manual Available Here

When you pet or livestock is in need and the veterinary is not available ..... what are your options?

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Integrated Water Supply Strategy Now On-Line

The Oregon Water Resources Commission adopted the state's first Integrated Water Resources Strategy on August 2, 2012.

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County Maps Based on BLM Range Line Agreements .... (and more) Is your property in someone elses permit?

By Barbara Cannady, Private Property Owner

At the urging of the Harney County Court, some basic research into the history of the maps they have offered to the Oregon Cattlemen Association and Harney County Stockgrowers to use for road identification on public lands was warranted.  The results created more questions.

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