Let's Talk Ag Law!

AgLawToday is an engaging podcast produced fortnightly, dealing with how the law and agriculture interface in a demanding and fast paced world. Featuring Cari B. Rincker, Rincker Law PLLC, and produced by the Animal Sciences Department, Purdue University.


The Podcast

Each fortnight we will present a candid conversation with someone involved with the judicial system to discuss topics of interest to farm and ranch families.
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Music for our podcast is created by Ryan Nach of Knock It out Music.

About Cari


Cari is a nationally recognized attorney in the areas of food, farm and family law. Her law practice, Rincker Law, PLLC, has offices both in New York and Illinois. Cari is a prolific writer and recognized blogger. Not only does she author an award-winning Blog by the American Bar Association, but she also has a personal blog and a blog about Illinois. Cari has authored 2 books that are available on Amazon, Kindle, and iBooks. Cari is a nationally recognized speaker on a myriad of food, agriculture and family law topics. She may be available as the Keynote speaker for your next event. Cari grew up on a Simmental cattle farm in Shelbyville, Illinois. She also owns her own farm outside of Champaign, Illinois that she calls "Cari's Farm" complete with chickens, goats, and cattle. Cari is also a recognized cattle judge and has traveled around the United States and Canada judging livestock shows. She is an adjunct professor at Vermont Law School teaching an online agriculture and environmental law course and is a past adjunct professor at New York University, Department of Nutrition and Food Studies teaching an undergraduate food law course. Cari has developed a love for health and fitness. Follow her wellness journey on social media and connect with her at local boxing class, a half-marathon or triathlon.

Teacher • Lawyer • Blogger • Author • Speaker • Farmer • Athlete

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Twice a month, as part of the podcast, Cari will answer questions proposed by members of our audience. All questions are welcome and encouraged. Sumbit your questions to

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