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Ag Law in the Field

Jan 30, 2020

After receiving a ton of feedback on recent blog posts that I published outlining two types of specialty deeds, I thought a podcast outlining and comparing Transfer on Death Deeds and Lady Bird Deeds might be helpful as well.  Luckily, my friend Garrett Couts has done a good deal of work in this area and was willing to...

Jan 16, 2020

I'm really excited about today's episode.  Water law is, obviously, a huge issue here in Texas.  Today, Victoria Whitehead is here to give us all the info about Groundwater Conservation Districts.

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Jan 2, 2020

Pat Dillon is back!  Taxes are not my area of expertise, so I called in the expert from Iowa.  Pat walks us through all the info related to capital gains taxes.  What are they?  When are they owed?  What is a stepped up basis? How do we know when this is a concern? Should this impact an estate plan?  He'll answer all of...

Dec 12, 2019

It's time again for our traditional Ag Law Year in Review.  I welcome my friend Paul Goeringer,Extension Ag Law Specialist at the University of Maryland, to the show to look at some of the biggest ag law stories for 2019.  Our list includes:

WOTUS definition
Round Up litigation
Clean Water Act Groundwater as a...

Dec 5, 2019

If you have never heard the song "S Lazy H" by Corb Lund, you need to listen right now.  Click here and get a tissue.  It's a punch in the gut and the perfect way to tee up the importance of transition planning in agriculture. 

Shannon Ferrell is one of the leading experts in the United States on estate and transition...