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Ag Law in the Field

Jun 29, 2017

Judd Gardner and I have been friends for almost 20 years and I am very excited to have him on the podcast today to talk about the Farm Bill.  You will see quickly that he is extremely well versed in farm policy and the 2014 Farm Bill.

Judd grew up on his family ranch in Central New Mexico, attended Clarendon College,...


Jun 22, 2017

I am excited to have Alice Kilborn on the show, my first guest who is a fellow University of New Mexico School of Law alum!  Alice has a wealth of experience in both human resources and employment law, so she was the perfect person to talk to us about legal issues related to hiring and firing employees.  Alice gives us...


Jun 15, 2017

Today, we have a topic that is extremely important, complex, and interesting for agriculture...immigration law.  My guest is Sarah Thomas, an attorney at the New Mexico law firm of Noble & Vrapi, where she practices business immigration law.  Sarah works with employers, including dairies in New Mexico, on...


Jun 8, 2017

There is no one who loves talking about legal issues surrounding exempt wells more than my friend and West Virginia University College of Law Professor, Jesse Richardson.  

Today on the podcast, we discuss what exempt wells are and a number of legal issues surrounding their existence.  We also discuss cases around the...


Jun 1, 2017

Today we're talking to my friend and Stamford, Texas attorney, James Decker. As you will see today, there is no one I know who loves Texas. Allsup's burritos, and the law more than James!  

James grew up in Stamford, Texas and after receiving his Agribusiness degree from Texas A&M and law degree from Texas Tech...