While attempting to resolve a very modern problem, (237) a properly written herd share agreement has its roots in the medieval English common law of agistment
(238) and is related to a number of other modern-day animal sharing arrangements common in agricultural communities across the United States.
Hayton and Stephen Karian, 'Select Document: The Division in the Irish House of Commons on the "Tithe of Agistment
", 18 Mar.
values (AUD per head, all inclusive): Values for I cow and calf at $5 per week; sheep at $0.50 per week.
The farm was initially set up to offer pre-training and agistment
(a livery or boarding service), and has been developed into a sizeable breeding operation by owners Brett Jenkins and family.
Festival fatalities rose to three with Agistment
, who broke his neck in the opener and Family Way, badly injured foreleg in the Coral Cup, joining Maamur, put down on Tuesday.
had to be destroyed after breaking his neck in this race and there are doubts about Addington Boy, Coome Hill and Dorans Pride making today's Gold Cup line-up.
Lastly, I argue that herd sharing is nothing new; rather, courts should uphold herd share agreements because, properly written, such agreements are simply an investment contract of the type firmly rooted in the history of agistment
and clearly related to similar arrangements for the shared ownership of livestock routinely used in agricultural communities across the United States.
Fred told his friends that the experiment proved cheaper than buying fodder or sending livestock on agistment
definitely needed his last run at Huntingdon and he'll come on for it.
Nicholson wasn't impressed when amateur jockey Fred Hutsby gave his Dad's horse MIGHTY MOSS (2.25) a lot to do against smart Agistment