Agricultural Law Attorneys
in Fayetteville, Arkansas
Owning and operating an agricultural business in Arkansas carries specific requirements and challenges other businesses may not face. We help farming and other agricultural clients address these issues and move past them to successful endeavors. As a former farmer himself, attorney Vaughn Knight is intimately acquainted with the processes and trials you face.
What Does Agricultural Law Cover?
Agricultural law applies to businesses that deal with things we typically associate with farming, including:
Livestock and livestock products
Planting, growing, and harvesting crops and timber
The cultivation or raising of any plant or animal in fresh or saltwater, i.e. cranberries or goldfish for sale to pet shops
We are dedicated to assisting agricultural professionals with any legal problems they may have.
Arkansas farmers enjoy government-sponsored protection as a result of the “right-to-farm” law put in effect in 1981. This law’s intent was to protect agricultural business owners from suffering unnecessary nuisance claims and the pressures of urbanization. For example, farms may be exempt from nuisance claims from neighbors who complain about noises or smells emitted by your operation.
An Attorney on Your Side
Whatever your agricultural business needs, attorney Vaughn Knight is here to help. His alma mater houses the National Agricultural Law Center and his professional background prior to practicing law was in agriculture. When you work with Knight Halbert LLP. you can rest assured knowing you will be understood and respected.
Knight Halbert LLP’s principal attorney Vaughn Knight understands the challenges agricultural law clients face due to his background in owning a farming business. If you are an agricultural business grappling with legal matters, you need a lawyer who gets what you’re going through. Contact our Fayetteville office to schedule a free consultation. We also represent those in Springdale, Rogers, and Bartonville, Arkansas.