CERCLA Part 1: Court Ruling Requires Livestock Operations to Report Ammonia Emissions

CERCLA part 1

Image includes large number of poultry being grown in a house.  Image of poultry by Edwin Remsberg

In this episode, Paul discusses a 2017 court ruling that will require livestock operations to report ammonia emissions under a federal law theComprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA). Continue reading

Recent Court of Appeals Impacts Hobby Drone Registration

drone registration

Photo in image by Mauricio Lima and highlights cattle with a quadcopter hovering over the cattle

In this episode, Paul discusses the recent decision in Taylor v. Huerta.  This case involved FAA’s earlier decision to require all unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to be registered.  Paul will discuss how this decision could impact agriculture and explain what the recent decision means to others.  Continue reading