Agricultural/Agribusiness Law

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    Programs that provide information and/or legal assistance that helps farmers, landowners and others who are involved in the agricultural industry understand their rights and responsibilities and achieve compliance with the federal and state laws, administrative rulings and court decisions that govern the practice of agriculture. Specific issues may include crop and livestock financing; farm financing and borrowers' rights; farm bankruptcy; agricultural land leases; eminent domain (condemnation); agricultural labor laws; livestock sales and breeding rights; mad cow disease, hoof and mouth disease and other conditions that affect livestock; livestock waste management; pesticides and herbicides; agricultural production contracts; genetically modified organisms; insurance coverage; water resources law; fence laws; and the formation and operation of agricultural cooperatives and the disputes that may arise among members. Clients may include local and federated agricultural cooperatives, hybrid seed companies, hog production operations, meat packing plants, agrichemical companies, cattle producers and related organizations.

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    Penn State Cooperative Extension Educational Network - Franklin CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension provides educational programming for individuals, community groups, agencies, schools, and businesses. Penn State Extension is an educational network that gives people in Pennsylvania's 67 counties access to the University's resources and expertise. Assists individuals, families, businesses, and communities throughout Pennsylvania with information and a broad range of educational programs designed to: Support productive, profitable, and competitive businesses and a strong agriculture and food system Strengthen families, children and youth, and the elderly Build caring, safe, and healthy communities Ensure the long-term vitality of Pennsylvania's natural resources Enable people to better understand and deal with complex public issues. It is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and state and county governments. Through this county-based partnership, Penn State Extension educators, faculty, and local volunteers work together to share unbiased, research-based information with local residents.FranklinPenn State Cooperative Extension - Franklin CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - South Central

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