The Office for Farming and Tillage Regulation was a tyberian government agency responsible for creating, introducing and enforcing agriculture laws. It's headquarters were located in Greenfield but soon merged with the Department of Agriculture and Food.
The Office was widely popular after its creation in 1965 and continued to maintain growth of the agricultural sector until the agriculture crisis of 1997. The Office received less and less money from 2000 on as the agriculture industry dropped from 13% to 4% in 14 years.
The Office was abolished in 2015 as part of budget cuts and major cuts to the agriculture sector. Its duties were absorbed by the Authority of Public Regulations.