Roger McEowen, Kansas Farm Bureau Professor of Agricultural Law and Taxation at the Washburn University School of Law joined us on Monday’s Ag Issues program. Among the topics were a Kansas case where it was determined that a farmhouse is not a dwelling and thus, there was no conviction for burglary. There was a case in Kentucky that dealt with a semi-trailer in a farm field near a roadway with advertising that was subject to a permit. Another case discussed involved an owner not liable in negligence or strict liability for a butting lamb. Another case discussed involved the IRS and their decision on a case that was determined that there was no deduction for a donated conservation easement.