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Agricultural Law — This month, the Texas Bar Journal presents a special section on some of the legal issues involved in one of the state’s largest and most vibrant industries. Among the highlights:

Oh Bury Me (Not) On the Lone Prairie: Establishing Family Cemeteries on Texas Farms and Ranches by Doug Jordan

Contracts as Fences: Representing the Agricultural Producer in an Oil and Gas Environment by Harper Estes and Douglas Prieto

Landowner Liability for Recreational Activities by Boyd Kennedy

From Fever Ticks to Feral Swine: Protecting Texas’ Animal Agriculture by Wallace Eugene "Gene" Snelson II

Profiles — Texas lawyers take their passions seriously, as you’ll see from stories about a pair of Houston lawyers and their love of their dogs and a Dallas lawyer who practices equine law and competes in an event known as musical freestyle dressage.

To read the digital edition of the Texas Bar Journal, click here.