When might justices of the Idaho Supreme Court write about a “butt load of money” or about how a “seller may poop away a security interest in goods”? When they’re writing about a case involving “Hogs N Kisses LLC,” of course. The court’s recent 4-1 decision in a crop lien case brought by Simplot Corp. against a Cassia County farmer includes a dissent from Justice Jim Jones that employs appropriate metaphors in a tale of fertilizer, barley, hay and limited liability.
Betsy Z. Russell covers Idaho news from The Spokesman-Review's bureau in Boise.
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