Reform of Agricultural Land Taxation Could Help Farmers But Shift Burden To Homeowners And Businesses
November 15, 2019
As the property tax takes a larger share of their incomes — and at a time when many are hurting financially — South Dakota farmers and ranchers are pushing for reform of the state’s system of valuing and taxing their lands.
With the late harvest and wet crop farmers are having to do more grain drying this fall. That is just another cost they didn't need with a smaller crop this year. Michelle Rook looks at what that means for South Dakota communities.
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