Right To Farm Law Research Paper

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The Wisconsin’s right to farm law is also known as Wisconsin statute 823.08. It was originally passed in 1982 and later amended in 1995. Although there were similar statutes relating to agricultural practices before 1982. The right to farm law in Wisconsin is an umbrella that covers and protects many farmers against a variety of lawsuits. The biggest area the “umbrella,” or the law covers are nuisance complaints related to any farm byproduct, such as; smell, noise, and water pollution etc. The law was put into place to protect farmers and to prevent obstruction to the process of production or the use of advancing technology. Wisconsin’s right to farm law is part of a national trend by states changing the common law in hopes of preventing the

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