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Farmers' rights don't extend to killing a neighbor's crops

Jun 6, 2014 | 3 Comments

By The News-Register Editorial Board

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03:40 pm - Fri, June 6 2014
Don Dix said:
So, what if both parties agree to keep their respective crops 175 feet from the property line? No lawyers filing and re-filing, no stalled government rulings -- on second thought, this is way too simple, considering this day of endless litigation.
09:39 pm - Fri, June 6 2014
Robert Lee said:
Don, considering the often meager margins agriculture commands, and the small plots many wineries are placed on, this could place a signifigant burden on both parties.
06:02 pm - Mon, June 9 2014
Don Dix said:
I understand the land concept, Robert. My comment was as much about how people settle disagreement with lawsuits, rather than a compromised solution.

Like I said -- 'way to simple'!

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