Recording of Identical Livestock Brands in Different Locations Violated State Branding Law

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Branding law

Photo in image by Colin Brown and shows brand after applied.

In this episode, Paul discusses a recent decision out of Arizona interpreting the state’s branding law.  The Supreme Court of Arizona held that the state’s branding law did not allow for registering identical brands even if used at different locations.

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