Nearly one-quarter of state legislatures considering modifications to or adding new foreign ag land ownership laws this year were successful.
Micah Brown with the National Ag Law Center says those states include Arkansas, Tennessee, North Dakota, Florida, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Virginia. And the trend is to restrict investments from four countries including China, Iran, North Korea and Russia.
“With the 2023 laws, some of them are using federal definitions like foreign adversaries determined by the U.S.
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