Agricultural law is a relatively new phenomenon and is concerned with farmers, ranchers, and the consuming public. Farmers have always been subject to established contract, real property, and estate laws, but it wasn't until the mid-1980s that federal and state governments began treating the production of food and fiber as a calling worthy of special legal treatment.
Agricultural law is designed to ensure the continued, efficient production and distribution of foods and fibers. Through a vast system of regulations that control the various aspects of agricultural practice, federal and state governments are able to provide for the needs of both agriculturalists and consumers alike.
Attorney Mike Hubbard has deep roots in this farming and ranching community and has years of experience handling complex agricultural legal issues for his clients.
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