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Sixth Circuit rules cows can be leased

Can you really lease a cow? - According to the Sixth Circuit, the answer is “yes.” Dairy cattle leasing is an increasingly popular method for producers to add to their herds while conserving capital for other purposes....more

Cattle Battle on Federal Land Likely Avoided

An anticipated showdown between a Nevada cattle rancher and the federal government will likely pass without the violence and fanfare many anti-government groups had been hoping. The background of this fight stemmed from the...more

Must An Oil And Gas Lessee Accommodate A Cattle Operation?

At Looper Reed we advise our clients that it is good business to accommodate your neighbor informally, if you can. Sometimes that leads to attempted world domination, as Chamberlain learned from Hitler in 1938....more

CFC Rules That Date of Taking is When Government Sells Cattle, Not Impounds Them

In Martinez v. United States, the plaintiff claimed a taking by the federal government of his cattle when the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture sold several hundred head after seizing them for allegedly...more

Drafting Embryo Transfer Contracts for Cattle Producers

This outline was prepared for the Texas Bar Agriculture Law Conference to be held in Lubbock, Texas in May 2013. It gives an overview of the typical transaction between cattle producers concerning embryo transfer and gives...more

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