Standing Stallions, Breeding Mares and the Law:
Your Pre-Breeding Season Legal Checkup
by Ingrid M. Andrews
About the Author: Ingrid M. Andrews is an attorney practicing law throughout Michigan. In 1994, she started a solo practice based in Traverse City emphasizing equine law, business planning, and civil litigation with a concentration on horse-related issues. Ms. Andrews is the President of Northern Michigan Equestrian Sports. She has authored numerous articles on equine law and also teaches a course on the legal aspects of the equine industry at Northwestern Michigan College. She can be contacted by mail at P. O. Box 82, Traverse City, MI 49685-0082, by telephone at (616) 922-2564, and by e-mail at email@example.com
Spring has sprung, the crocuses are in bloom. Mother Nature willing, everyone in the barn is gearing up for breeding season. Are you prepared for the next six months? At this point, you are probably busy putting up run-in sheds, building stalls, mending fences, and ordering feed for incoming horses. You are also getting equipment in order--boots, hobbles, collection equipment. DO NOT neglect the legal aspects of breeding horses!
~Word Count: 981 words (The average magazine page contains about 600 words);
~Last Updated: July 10, 2015;
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