No state in the union has a greater agricultural focus. The homesteaders that pioneered Kansas have been replaced by 21st Century agricultural operations with incredible business savvy. Added value manufacturers, agricultural related industry and animal sciences enterprises have grown in the communities of Kansas, most of which support commodity and livestock production as well.
The majority of the firm’s shareholders hold K-State undergraduate degrees and all are tied to family farms or homesteads across Kansas. Whether dealing with legal issues that relate to agricultural agencies or infrastructure, contracts, the environment, farming rights, feedlots, fertilizer, finance, land tenure and tenancy, labor or grain dealers and warehouses, agriculture intersects with many areas of the law and our lawyers deal with those issues everyday with the practical wisdom drawn from the heritage of the Kansas pioneer farm families from which they come.