As the nation's leading source for agricultural and food law research and information, the National Agricultural Law Center serves the nation's vast agricultural community, including attorneys, farmers, academics, consumers, extension personnel, and policymakers, among others. The Center's website is the primary means by which the Center's mission and the nation's agricultural community are served. The website is a clearinghouse for legal information that spans nearly four dozen agricultural and food law topics both in the United States and around the world. As such, this website incorporates unique components that cannot be found elsewhere and provides an invaluable resource to those needing information on legal issues surrounding food and agriculture.
It is important to note that the Center is a nonpartisan entity and takes no position on the views expressed in any articles or writings published on the website. All such articles and writings are included for their legal or practical discussions of agricultural law topics rather than any particular viewpoint of the author. Furthermore, while every effort is made to supply accurate and up-to-date information, the website is not meant as a source of legal advice, nor is it a substitute for a competent legal professional.
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