Episode 32 of Ag Law Today: Cattle Traceability

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Loved this interview with Chelsea Good with the Livestock Marketing Association in Kansas on Cattle Traceability.  Hear the full interview here.

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3 Minute Survey on Farm Estate Planning

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I am working on a video series on farm estate, business and succession planning.  I would like to get a better feel for what is actually happening in this arena in agriculture.  I have a quick 26 question survey on the topic and it would mean a lot to me if you would take a few minutes to answer these …

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Episode 25 of Ag Law Today: Farm Estate Planning

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Hear my conversation with Indiana lawyer Polly Dobbs on farm estate planning.  Polly and I met last January at the Top Producer event and I loved our convo on this important topic.

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So You Wanna Be An Ag Lawyer? Questions for Cari Rincker

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I was recently asked the following questions from a high school student.  Here are my responses:  What do you wish you would have known prior to pursuing college and a career in this field? One of my biggest regrets educationally is not pursuing a foreign language.  I had an opportunity to  stay an extra year at Texas A & M University  …

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Hear Cari Rincker Talk About Her Path from Farm Girl to Food, Farm and Family Lawyer

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I am very proud to have presented to the American Center Moscow about my path as an entrepreneur.  You can learn more about my life story and road from a farm girl to farm lawyer here.  There were some questions at the end of the presentation that I answered including my Top 5 Tips for Success. I also posted my …

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Ask Stephanie: What Trademark Issues Apply to Livestock Photographers?

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The U.S. Trademark office states that a trademark is “a word, name, symbol, device, or any combination, use or intended to be used to identify and distinguish the good/services of one seller or provider from those of others, and to indicate the source of the goods/services.” Trademarks may either be on a mark or image. In order for something to …

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4 Reasons to Consider Changing Your Business Structure

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As your small business expands and evolves, it may make sense to consider changing its structure. Many small businesses start out as sole proprietorships or partnerships, with only one or two owners and no employees. Over time, as your business grows and changes, a more complex business structure may become beneficial. There are several key considerations in deciding whether a …

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Family Law Issues in Agriculture: Child Support

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Child support in most states is largely formulaic (i.e., a math equation)– basic support is typically calculated by looking at the income and qualified deductions of each parent. However, for most involved in farming and ranching or other kind of agri-business, finding the numbers for the math equation is anything but straightforward. This figure is also used to help calculate …

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Family Law Issues in Agriculture: Prenuptial Agreements

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Prenuptial agreements are oftentimes viewed as taboo; instead, farmers, ranchers, agribusiness owners, and food entrepreneurs should view prenuptial agreements like an insurance policy for a marriage. Nobody gets on an airplane thinking that it is going to crash, but you still go over the safety instructions. A prenuptial agreement simply notes the safety instructions in case the marriage terminates for …

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Ask Cari: What Are Some Considerations For A Bull Lease?

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If you are interested in asking Cari a question to be promoted on her YouTube channel or on her podcast, Ag Law Today, please email Cari Rincker at cari@rinckerlaw.com with Ask Cari in the subject line.  Your identity will remain anonymous.  Cari’s answers are for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice.

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