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    Wisconsin's New Livestock Facility Siting Rule Teleseminar

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    Vol. 80, No. 2, February 2007

    New Wisconsin Livestock Facility Siting Law - Teleseminar, March 7

    When it comes to agriculture in Wisconsin, the landscape is always changing. And the legal landscape is no different, due to Wisconsin's new livestock facility siting law. Attend this State Bar CLE teleseminar to:

    Address client concerns. Be prepared to successfully advise your agricultural clients on these changes by registering for this informative teleseminar - and getting a crash course in new administrative rule ATCP 51.

    Make sense of this complicated law. ATCP 51 sets the standards for odor and water quality management on new and expanding livestock facilities ... subject to the law. Get the latest ins-and-outs on how to interpret these state and local livestock facility standards through design and operation.

    Teleseminar Highlights

    • Background of the law and the compromises built into the law
    • General model of how the law works
    • Local government options to make the law applicable
    • Applicability of existing livestock facilities
    • New and expanding facilities, including mixed species facilities (such as turkey and dairy)
    • Procedural requirements under law and rule
    • Enforcement procedures for local government
    • How ag lenders and ag investors are protected by the new law
    • Sample materials - sample licensing ordinances, sample zoning ordinance language, general DACTP background material, etc.

    Date and Time: Telephone Seminar, Wednesday, March 7, 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. CST. CLE and EPR credits to be determined. To register, telephone the State Bar at (800) 728-7788 or (608) 257-3838, or visit www.wisbar.org

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