Anti-Corporate Farming Laws: “Big Ag” versus the Family Farm
by Jennifer Villier, JD | Business Law Faculty, WealthCounsel
“Big Ag” versus the Family Farm
Recent legislative changes in North Dakota permitted corporate dairy and swine farms to operate there for the first time since 1932. Attorneys representing clients with agricultural interests should be aware of the potential changing legislative tide, as well as investment opportunities for corporations that were previously shut out.
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