Episode 47 of Ag Law Today: Farm Succession Stories

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In this episode of Ag Law Today, hear me interview Brian Schaumburg on farm succession planning on this episode of Ag Law Today.   Don’t forget to subscribe to Ag Law Today on YouTube so you don’t miss a beat.  You can watch this episode or other episodes of Ag Law Today (via Purdue University Extension). More info on Ag …

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Episode 46 of Ag Law Today: Livestock Confinement Laws

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I loved this episode of Ag Law Today featuring Beth Rumley with the National Agriculture Law Center.  Hear us speak about livestock animal confinement laws here. Please subscribe on YouTube so you never miss a beat!

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Episode 44 of Ag Law Today: Renewable Energy on the Farm

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Loved this conversation with Todd Janzen, an agriculture lawyer based in Indianapolis with Janzen Schroeder Ag Law, on this episode of Ag Law Today.  We are talking all things renewable energy.  You can listen to the podcast on YouTube here.

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Ask Ruth: Egg Sales in Illinois

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Generally speaking, there are two ways an egg producer can sell their flock’s eggs in Illinois. Under Illinois law, producers can sell eggs produced by their own flock directly to household consumers for their personal use without a license or inspection if the eggs are sold directly from the premises where the eggs are produced. If, however you wish to …

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What You Need to Know about Hiring Seasonal Employees

Jessica Barker Business/Commercial Law, Food & Ag Law 1 Comment

Summer is a popular time for businesses to hire temporary workers. Restaurants, golf clubs, resorts, amusement parks, and other warm-weather entertainment destinations depend on the summer months to boost their bottom line for the entire year. Despite the current labor shortage in some areas, this summer is expected to see a hot labor market as people emerge from pandemic lockdowns …

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Episode 41 of Ag Law Today: Ag Data

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Loved this interview on the latest episode of Ag Law Today with Todd Janzen with Janzen Schroeder in Indiana on Ag Data.  This is such an important issue with different sectors of agriculture.

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Episode 38 of Ag Law Today: Fence Law

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Really enjoyed this episode of Ag Law Today on Fence Law with Indiana ag lawyer Brianna Schroeder with the Janzen Ag law Group.

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Ask Cari: Q & A on Farm/Ranch Estate and Succession Plan

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How can the property and finances be split if a succession plan is Not in place? If you don’t have a plan in writing with a Last Will and Testament, Trust and/or business formation documents (e.g., Operating Agreement or Bylaws) then the law will decide for you.  Everybody has an estate plan- it’s what the “default rules” are in your …

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Considerations for Forming a Limited Liability Company for Real Estate

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For individuals who own real estate, it is important to consider the best way to structure your ownership. When you are just starting out as an investor in real estate, you may hold title to the real estate personally, but that may not be the most advantageous method of ownership. Another option is to create a limited liability company (LLC) …

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Episode 36 of Ag Law Today: Conservation Easements

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Don’t miss this episode of Ag Law Today where I talk conservation easements with Florida agriculture lawyer, Jesse Haskins.

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