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Right-to-farm laws (nuisance) The term 'Right-to-farm laws (nuisance) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' Right to farm laws deny nuisance suits against farmers who use accepted and standard farming practices, even if these practices harm or bother adjacent property owners or the general public. Agricultural nuisances may include noise, odors, visual clutter and dangerous structures'.
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