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Ag Law in the Field

Aug 21, 2018

The probate process is something that is a bit confusing and there are a lot of myths surrounding here in Texas.  My friend and Stamford, TX-based attorney, Stephanie Bradley Fryer, is here today to explain what probate is and help walk us through exactly the steps that will happen in probate when a person dies with...


Aug 7, 2018

Today we're covering one of my very favorite topics...grazing leases!  In my role here at Texas A&M, this is by far the topic I am asked to speak on the most. 

What terms should be included?  Do they really need to be in writing?  How much should I charge?

My friend and TAMU Alum Cari Rincker is here today to...


Jul 24, 2018

Adverse possession, otherwise known as "squatter's rights" is a topic that is controversial and often misunderstood.  When can a person claim ownership of another's real property based upon open, notorious use over a certain period of time?  That's the topic that Amber Miller is here to discuss today.

Claiming title to...


Jul 9, 2018

If you follow agricultural law at all, you've likely seen news from North Carolina that a number of nuisance lawsuits that were filed against Smithfield Foods subsidiary Murphy Brown have resulted in two multi-million dollar verdicts in favor of the plaintiffs.  Many of the operations targeted in these lawsuits have...


Jun 14, 2018

I'm excited to have Dr. Jason Johnson, a District Economist for Texas A&M Agrilife Extension on the show today to talk about Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage Insurance, more commonly referred to as rainfall insurance. 

As Dr. Johnson explains, this is an insurance product through the USDA Risk Management Agency that...