New Idaho law keeps UAVs away from private ranch land

05/21/2013 | Capital Press Agriculture (Salem, Ore.)

Idaho Gov. Butch Otter recently signed a bill into the state's law that prevents unmanned aerial vehicles from being used as surveillance tools, specifically over farm and ranch land. Roger Batt, vice president Food Producers of Idaho, said: "We want to make sure the private property of farming operations is protected and this piece of legislation does that."

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