State rules review may impact agriculture
While Iowa’s regulatory landscape has remained stable for several years, there are concerns, particularly for livestock producers, heading into 2024 and beyond, as outlined by a panel of legal experts last week at the Farming for the Future conference organized by the Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers.
“On the state level, I think we’re in a stable rules environment right now with the Legislature, which is good for the industry,” noted Eldon McAfee, an attorney at Brick Gentry in Des Moines specializing in animal agriculture issues.
McAfee and Christina Gruenhagen, government relations counsel for the Iowa Farm Bureau...
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