Beth Angus Baumstark
Derrick Braaten
Lindsey Nieuwsma
Todd Sattler
Carrie La Seur
Caitlin Lock Coomes
Allen Hoberg


07/22/2014 01:12 AM
WATCH: A sneak peek into the next issue of Agweek
Join Agweek Editor Lisa Gibson for another glimpse into the upcoming issue. The July 28 cover story will delve into the issues facing ranchers and farmers in the midst of North Dakota's oil boom. It also will update on the progress of late rail cars, cover area crop tours and report on the latest U.S. cattle numbers. Don't miss it.

07/21/2014 09:02 PM
DuPont forecast misses expectations
Chemicals maker DuPont forecast lower-than-expected operating earnings for the current quarter and warned of a loss in its agriculture unit as weak farm sales constrain both profit and revenue.


06/27/2014 09:00 AM
USDA Releases 2012 Puerto Rico Census of Agriculture
Today the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released 2012 Census of Agriculture data for Puerto Rico. This release marks more than a century of agriculture census data collection in Puerto Rico, where the first agriculture census was conducted in 1910.


Keepseagle v. Vilsack Settlement

Baumstark Braaten Law Partners, formerly known as Sarah Vogel Law Partners, was established by Sarah Vogel and Beth Angus Baumstark. Sarah Vogel is the former two-term Agricultural Commissioner for North Dakota. Baumstark Braaten Law Partners Beth Baumstark and Sarah Vogel have been working together for years, advocating and fighting for farmers, ranchers and other individuals. We are a boutique law firm, focusing our practice in areas where we have significant experience and expertise. The attorneys at our firm work for farmers and ranchers in the Midwest and on the Northern Plains. We are staunch advocates for landowners and the land.

Though we focus our practice on legal services for farmers, ranchers, and other landowners, we also have significant experience with American Indian law and environmental law, land use issues, and small business matters. We are admitted in several of the tribal courts of North Dakota, and have represented both tribal councils and entities and individual tribal members. Because so many of our clients are impacted by energy development, we have significant experience helping landowners with legal issues related to oil and gas, wind, and coal development.

Our practice has been referred to as "good guy law," and we strive to ensure that it is not only large corporations and governments that receive exceptional representation.


We are experienced and astute litigators, with a reputation for protecting the land and its stewards. We are passionate about what we do, and zealous advocates for our clients. more


Baumstark Braaten works in numerous areas of law, but focuses its practice in order to provide the highest quality legal services in particular areas of law. more

North Dakota Gas Flaring Litigation
For more information on the North Dakota gas flaring litigation, visit or call Baumstark Braaten Law Partners at 701-221-2911.