[Market-farming] Patterns in direct market sales of meat

Rick Hopkins rdhopkins at americanpasturage.com
Fri Jan 3 16:42:19 EST 2003


Missouri does provide a discounted rate (2%) for local raised food.  Our
local tax comes to 2.225% which is mostly a county tax.


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Tennessee has sales tax on food (8.75% where I live).  And we're thinking of
changing the state name to "Regression (RG)."

But most states exempt any farm product sold by the producer to the consumer
from sales tax.

Alex McGregor
Walden Farm
Walden Ridge, RG 37377

Rick Williams wrote:

> I am not sure why you refer to sales tax? There is certainly no sales tax
> food in Wisconsin. That would be about the most regressive tax on earth.

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