What is Agribusiness?
Though Iowa and much of America has a long cultural and romanticized memory of farming, the quaint image of the family tending its fields and flocks has for decades been the rare exception rather than the rule. The pressures of mechanization and a seemingly boundless demand for food products led to an increasing focus on food manufacturing rather than growing. While it pushed many families out of business, it helped some companies become very profitable by enabling cheap mass production and ease of distribution. This is just a small component of the world of agribusiness.
A Des Moines business lawyer of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., has the experience and skill necessary to address any agriculture-related legal issues with which you may require assistance. Contact us by calling (877) 327-2600. Let us help you conquer the obstacles that stand between your enterprise and its full potential.
If the family farm has been displaced as the centerpiece of American agriculture, then what has filled the void? That is a complicated matter. But the simple answer is that complex webs of connected business interests are now part of the machine that makes agriculture go. We stand ready to offer legal services to those who are involved in any of these (and other) categories:
- Farming (or contract farming)
- Seed suppliers
- Farm machinery
- Food processing
- Food product marketing
The Iowans who work to put food on the table of the rest of the country may be engaged in different tasks than their predecessors, but the work that they do is just as important as ever. Contact the Des Moines agribusiness lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., at (877) 327-2600.