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Can One Bad Apple Spoil the Bunch?

According to their recent press release, Intrexon Corp (NYSE:XON) recently purchased a Canadian specialty food producer, namely Okanagan Specialty Fruits Inc., the inventor of the “Arctic®” apple. ...more

McAfee & Taft AgLINC - Fall 2012

In This Issue: - 1 Farmers and commercial motor vehicle regulations - 4 Aflatoxin and the insured farmer - 5 Do you need a CDL for your recreational vehicle? - 6 McAfee & Taft’s Agricultural Real Estate...more

McAfee & Taft AgLINC Agriculture & Equine Industry Newsletter - July 2012: The Equal Access to Justice Act - A valuable tool for...

Many farmers are all too familiar with the Risk Management Agency’s (RMA) role in administering the federal crop insurance program. In addition to promulgating regulations, drafting policies, and issuing bulletins affecting...more

McAfee & Taft AgLINC - February 2012

INSIDE THIS ISSUE: - 1 Full Circle: A lawyer’s story of returning to the family farm - 4 When livestock stray - 5 What every farmer needs to know about the crop insurance appraisal process - 6 FREQUENTLY ASKED...more

Recovering Attorney Fees in Crop Insurance Disputes with the Risk Management Agency: The Equal Access to Justice Act in NAD...

Agricultural Law Update - Volume 28, Number 4 - November 2011 Purchasers of federally reinsured crop insurance policies often find themselves at odds with the actions of the Risk Management Agency (the “RMA”), the arm of...more

Risk Management Agency's Inconsistent Practices Cost Farmers by Jeff Todd and Spencer Smith

This Article first appeared in The Agricultural Law Update, March 2008. The Risk Management Agency (RMA), a division of the United States Department of Agriculture that administers the government’s federally reinsured...more

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