Roger McEowen

Agricultural Law and Taxation

Roger McEowen is the Kansas Farm Bureau Professor of Agricultural Law and Taxation, Washburn University School of Law, Topeka, KS. 

Roger focuses on legal and tax issues that agricultural producers, agricultural businesses, and rural landowners face.  He teaches an undergraduate course in agricultural law at Kansas State University in addition to agricultural law and tax courses at the law school.  His website, contains much information on ag law and tax topics and provides access to his “Agricultural Law and Taxation” blog.

Washburn University School of Law
1700 SW College Avenue
Topeka , KS
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Documents & Presentations by Roger McEowen
Title Date Downloads
Is There a Constitutional Way To Protect Animal Ag Facilities? September 7, 2021
The Illiquidity Problem of Farm and Ranch Estates August 30, 2021
Planning to Avoid Elder Abuse August 30, 2021
Livestock Confinement Buildings and Self-Employment Tax August 30, 2021
Checkoffs and Government Speech-The Merry-Go-Round Revolves Again August 30, 2021
Implications of Proposition 12

From the Washburn University School of Law, professor of agricultural law and taxation Roger McEowen takes a close look at the state of California's "Proposition 12" statute, which he says has broad implications not only for the pork industry, but for all of production agriculture in this country...he offers his thoughts about future court challenges to this provision. 

August 18, 2021
California’s Regulation of U.S. Agriculture August 16, 2021
Navigable Waters Protection Rule - What’s Going on with WOTUS? August 9, 2021
Weather-Related Sales of Livestock August 9, 2021
IRS Guidance On Farm NOLs July 19, 2021