Roger McEowen: “Agricultural Law in a Nutshell”

Roger McEowen: “Agricultural Law in a Nutshell”

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August 4, 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) RFD-TV’s “Market Day Report” hosts a weekly interview with Roger McEowen, Professor of Agricultural Law and Taxation at the Washburn University School of Law, and an affiliate with the Kansas Farm Bureau.

Professor McEowen now has an additional way for you to expand your knowledge on ag law: his new book, entitled “Agricultural Law in a Nutshell.” Watch the video above to find out what inspired the book, which topics are covered, and what Professor McEowen’s reasons and goals are in publishing it. You can order a copy of the book here.

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