Our Team

Dover Dixon Horne PLLC has a long history of representing and supporting Arkansas’s diverse agriculture and farming industry. Our agriculture team of attorneys has extensive personal and professional ties to agriculture, with many growing up on family farms or operating agri-businesses like the clients they represent. Our firm is known throughout the state for our expertise and knowledge in agriculture law. Our attorneys understand the science, economics, markets, government regulations and public relations aspects of agriculture cycles, and address the full range of legal needs. From corporate planning, land and business acquisitions, financing, commercial transactions, farm/ranch estate planning, agri-business succession planning, state and federal regulatory compliance, administrative appeals, environmental issues, and litigation, we are committed to helping our clients succeed in every aspect of the agriculture industry.

Our Experience

Farmers, ranchers, landowners, cooperatives and agri-business owners look to our accomplished agriculture team for guidance and direction in navigating all facets of agri-business. Our attorneys collaborate to draw on client resources, industry expertise, research specialist, and regulatory guidance. Over the years, our attorneys have successfully assisted clients in interactions with and appearances before:

  • The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • The USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA)
  • The USDA National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
  • The USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS)
  • The Arkansas Department of Agriculture
  • The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ)
  • The Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission (APC&EC)
  • The Arkansas Natural Resource Commission (ANRC)
  • The Arkansas State Plant Board (ASPB)

We welcome you to read more on some focused areas of our agriculture practice by clicking on the related blog posts, or contact Cal McCastlain, Mark Allison or T.J. Lawhon for more information about our services.