McAfee & Taft AgLINC - February 2012



- 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


- 8 Ag fertilizer sales to be subject to Homeland Security monitoring

Excerpt from Full Circle...

Five years ago after my father died, I moved back to the family farm to transition it to the next generation while my mother was still alive. I quickly learned that there is a big difference between growing up on a farm and actually managing a diversified, 3,500-acre family farming operation. Aside from the usual issues dealing with family dynamics, I found that farming has become a very sophisticated and complex business since my childhood. Having 15 years experience in banking and over 10 years in law, I thought I was well equipped to tackle any issues that might come my way. However, my perceptions did not match reality, and the broad range of issues I faced left me with a profound respect for the agriculture industry, the farmers who sustain it, and the service providers who support them, including McAfee & Taft, our legal counsel....

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Topics:  Appraisal, Crop Insurance, DHS, Farms

Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Agriculture Updates, General Business Updates, Insurance Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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