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Discussion Board - Re: Looking to recover 1/2 acre of marsh land

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Paul

10-23-2013 20:01:59




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They'd throw me in jail here for doing that. Fedral laws are tough, my state laws are even tougher.

Ain't no way.....

Paul




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FSA Wetland

10-24-2013 15:57:55




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 Re: Looking to recover 1/2 acre of marsh land in reply to Paul, 10-23-2013 20:01:59  
Funny thing is I've got a hilly place I farm that the FSA has 30 acres base farmable on the maps (Indiana) and about 6 acres at the bottom is as wet as a wetland ever was... Its so wet I don't even try to farm it, and has all sorts of interesting cattails and plants, but it must have gotten grandfathered in as base acres. The 6 acres could be farmed maybe 1 out of every 3 years if a guy wasn't afraid to get stuck.

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rrlund

10-24-2013 09:14:13




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 Re: Looking to recover 1/2 acre of marsh land in reply to Paul, 10-23-2013 20:01:59  
Yep,here in Michigan,if it's got cat tails,you might have a deed and pay taxes,but for all intent and purposes the state might as well own it.



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JMS/.MN

10-28-2013 18:07:24




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 Re: Looking to recover 1/2 acre of marsh land in reply to rrlund, 10-24-2013 09:14:13  
nah......they"d still want the tax money! Same here- MN claims all the water that falls on land.....I can"t charge a "storage" fee to keep it in the wetland! But in St. Paul, no one rents them private property for storage without getting paid for it!



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Bernie/MA

10-24-2013 15:06:40




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 Re: Looking to recover 1/2 acre of marsh land in reply to rrlund, 10-24-2013 09:14:13  
Same here in Massachusetts.



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NYCamper62

10-24-2013 13:27:14




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 Re: Looking to recover 1/2 acre of marsh land in reply to rrlund, 10-24-2013 09:14:13  
Alright I am awaiting a response from the dec. Should hear back in a few days. Then I'll know if I can proceed or axe the plan. There are other areas on the property I can work-turn into plots.



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