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State Farm Bureau testifies on agricultural use valuation


State Farm Bureau testifies on agricultural use valuation
TEXAS FARM BUREAU — Texas Farm Bureau Vice President Michael White addresses the importance of agricultural use valuation on farm and ranch land in testimony May 23 before the Texas House Committee on Agriculture and Livestock.


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Texas Farm Bureau told the Texas House Committee on Agriculture and Livestock that the current valuation system is working well, but it could possibly support changes to the rollback provision.  . . .

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