Todd Janzen

Todd Janzen

Todd Janzen is an attorney at Janzen Agricultural Law LLC (www.aglaw.us) in Indianapolis. Todd grew up on a Kansas grain and livestock farm and now practices law in the agriculture and technology fields. Todd is the past chair of the American Bar Association’s Agricultural Management Committee and authors a blog addressing legal issues facing agriculture: www.aglaw.us/JanzenAgLaw. Contact: janzen@aglaw.us.

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Thoughts on the 40-Year Old Tractor Story

Repairability is certainly an issue for some farmers, but it is not the whole story. Greg Peterson (a/k/a Machinery Pete) pointed out in the Star-Tribune that 1970’s and 1980’s tractors were built to last for decades, with proper maintenance and upkeep.
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2019: The Year in Reverse

As 2019 draws to a close, I enjoy looking back at the ag tech stories from the past year. Here are the highlights from the Janzen Ag Law Blog in 2019.
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Forget Paris?

The Trump administration recently announced that the US intended to withdraw from the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement.
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Is Vertical Integration Good or Bad for AgTech?

It has become common for tech conferences to have Shark-Tank style competitions among new startups. The winner is awarded an investment from the conference host or supporting venture capital firm. In the case of the Forbes AgTech Summit, SVG Ventures selected two swine-focused agtech startups, BinSentry and SwineTech. Each will receive a $100,000 investment.
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