​​Chemical Drift & Your Potential Liability​

February 2018 | 22 min., 58 sec.
by Stephanie Bradley Fryer
Shahan Guevara Decker Arrott

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This presentation discusses chemical applicators’ potential liability for chemical drift, provides an overview of legal claims associated with chemical drift damage, and suggests what to do if a farmer is affected by chemical drift. In addition, this talk highlights dicamba lawsuits in the news and what those lawsuits mean for applicators.​

About the Presenter

Stephanie Bradley FryerStephanie Bradley Fryer was raised in Stamford, Texas, on her family's farm that raises cotton, wheat, and commercial cattle. She attended Texas A&M University where she received her BS in Animal Science and MS in Agricultural Economics. Stephanie then worked for the USDA Farm Service Agency as County Executive Director in Floyd County before attending Texas A&M University School of Law. Currently, Stephanie works for Shahan Guevara Decker Arrott in her hometown of Stamford. In addition, she and her husband run commercial and purebred cattle herds in Southwest Oklahoma.​

Contact Information:
Email: stephanie@sgdalawtx.com


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