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Animals & Agriculture Production Law & Policy Course

This photograph was taken at an American Junior Simmental Association Regional Classic.

Over the next few months I will be participating in an online animals and agriculture production law and policy course for attorneys coordinated by Prof. Drew Kershen from the University of Oklahoma, College of Law.  Prof. Linda Chezem, Elizabeth Rumley, Esq. & Rusty Rumley, Esq. will be co-teachers for the course.  The weekly course will discuss important animal agriculture law/policy issues including animal welfare/cruelty, animals used for scientific research, veterinary care, animal slaughter/harvest, U.S. Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) National Organic Program, livestock identification, food labeling, use of antimicrobials, food safety, land use and zoning concerns such as livestock sitting statutes, international trade, and the USDA Grain, Inspection, Packers, and Stockyards Administration (“GIPSA”) proposed regulations.

I am very excited for the course and I know it will be worth-while.  I hope to post information on this blog applicable to my readers so please stay tuned.  If you are an attorney and interested in participating in the course in the future please contact Prof. Drew Kershen at dkershen@ou.edu.

Disclaimer:
"This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. It is recommended that you speak to an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction before relying on the information in this blog."

0 Responses to Animals & Agriculture Production Law & Policy Course

  1. Agriculture says:

    I think this course prepared for all interesting and eligible students, who are must be enrolled in law schools and they will learn how to respond in a professional and accurate fashion about the legal, public policy, and scientific issues involved in the use of animals in agricultural production and contested by the animal rights movement.

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    Allen

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