Agriculture Law

Helping you navigate the laws and regulations specific to the production and sale of agricultural products or equine law

Summary

Agriculture law touches on many other areas of law, which is why it is important to find an attorney with a background in various aspects of farming, ranching, and crop production. River Valley Law is one of the only law firms in Central Minnesota that specializes in agriculture law.

Equine Law
River Valley Law also provides Equine law which involves the law as it relates to all aspects of horses and horse-related activities. River Valley Law will provide horse owners, businesses, professionals, insurers, associations, clinicians, event sponsors, national and international competitors, veterinarians, stables, and facilities.

Services

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Contracts and land leases/pasture leases

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Farm operations loans, equipment loans or leases

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Seed company contracts or agreements

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Real estate purchases or sales

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Boundary line disputes along farm land, ag homesteads or cartway issues

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Farmer lender mediation

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Tainted feed claims for cattle, swine or equines

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Breach of contract for producers, ag companies

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Disputes regarding farm partnerships

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Compliance issues with farm operations involving government agencies such as the MN Dept. of Ag, MN Pollution Control Agency, county environmental regulations

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Breeding contracts, boarding contracts or veterinarian care and treatment

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Breach of contract disputes for equine

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Equine Insurance claims or disputes

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Phone: (320) 497-7977  |  Fax: 1 (320) 640-2828  |  Email: info@rivervalleylaw.com

Minnesota
River Valley Law, P.A.
183 Seventh Avenue South, Waite Park, MN 56387

Mon - Thur: 8 am - 5 pm
Friday: 8 am - 4:30 pm

North Dakota
River Valley Law, P.A.
3523 – 45th
Street Sout, Suite 100, Fargo, ND 58104

By appointment only

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