Agritourism Laws: Help is on the way as producers fear liability issues

Through recent years, agritourism activities have expanded to provide additional income for farmers.

Nationwide, it has generated almost one billion dollars. However, engaging in agritourism activities on the farm presents a liability issue for landowners.

The Washburn School of Law’s Roger McEowen spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about what states have done to protect farmers involved in agritourism and what liability protection is given, what is in the works on a federal level for farmers and who it applies to, and how additional income from agritourism help farmers as the war in Ukraine continues.

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