Zoning Approval for Indiana Dairy Upheld by Court of Appeals

Zoning Approval for Indiana Dairy Upheld by Court of Appeals

Janzen Ag Law defended an Indiana dairy against a challenge to its zoning approval by a rural summer camp. On January 16, 2018, the Indiana Court of Appeals issued an order upholding the county's decision to permit the dairy's construction.  Read more about the decision in House of Prayer v. Rush County Board of Zoning Appeals here. 

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Senator Moran Questions Panel on Potential Benefits of Farming Technology

Senator Moran Questions Panel on Potential Benefits of Farming Technology

Senator Jerry Moran (KS), Chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science and Technology Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, Insurance, and Data Security –  questioned a panel of witnesses including Todd Janzen about potential benefits of advancements in agricultural technology and the collection and utilization of data in farming.

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Judge Affirms BZA's Decision to Grant Special Exception to Indiana Dairy Farm

Judge Affirms BZA's Decision to Grant Special Exception to Indiana Dairy Farm

On July 11, 2017, the Circuit Court in Fayette County, Indiana issued an opinion affirming the Rush County Board of Zoning Appeal's decision to grant a special exception to an Indiana dairy farm. Todd and Brianna represented the dairy farm in front of the BZA and on appeal. 

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Dairy Permit Upheld Against Neighbor's Challenge

Dairy Permit Upheld Against Neighbor's Challenge

On February 27, 2017, the Indiana Office of Environmental Adjudication upheld the Indiana Department of Environmental Management's approval of a dairy's application to build and operate a new confined feeding operation in Rush County, Indiana. Todd and Brianna defended the dairy against a challenge to the permit approval from a nearby neighbor. 

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