人类和动物都依赖彼此来谋生。人类为动物提供食物和饲料，并确保动物的生命在他们的农场土地上得到保护。另一方面，动物提供原材料和成品，这些原材料和成品被人类进一步加工成不同的产品，以增加价值。因此，人类和动物都有更大程度的相互依赖。此外，在发展中国家，农业和农场活动是人们的主要商业活动。因此，“禁耕法”的实施将导致农地经营的不稳定和农地制度的有效运行。此外，该法律将要求农业环境的重大变化，以遵守和遵守法律(Izmirli & Phillips, 2011, p. 444)。农民可能不得不改变他们的基本农业计划，这可能会导致农村的崩溃。农业计划的改变可能要求农场主暂时关闭他们的农田，以遵守新的指导方针。
Both humans and animals are dependent on each other for earning their livelihood. Humans provide food and fodder to animals and ensure animal life protection on their farm lands. On the other hand, animals provide both raw materials and finished products which are further processed by humans into different products for value addition. Thus, both humans and animals have greater degree of dependence on each other. Moreover, in developing countries, agriculture and farm activities are primary business activities of people. Thus, imposition of “Ag gag laws” would result in management instability of farms and effective functioning of farmland system. Furthermore, the law would require substantial changes in agro environmental settings for adherence and compliance to the law (Izmirli & Phillips, 2011, p. 444). The farm owners may have to change their basic agriculture plan which may result in farm village collapse. The change in agricultural plans might require farm owners to temporarily shut down their farm lands in order to comply with new guidelines.
This could have material impact of farm owners and their activities. The owners might have to create fences around their farm lands in order to avoid people intrusion in the farm. The changes in farm settings may result in food self-insufficiency and non-cooperation of producers and consumers may add to farm’s owner woes. The lack of availability of sufficient food in the firm may have adverse impact on animal’s health. The law may also require farm owners to move animals to different farm lands. In such scenario, animal’s growth and development may fail to take place at desired pace. Furthermore, animals may fall sick and might require additional supervision and care from farm owners (Klemas, V., 2013). Poor health of animals may result in decrease of their agricultural produce and farm owners’ income from agricultural activities may take a substantial hit. In such case, farm owners may have relatively less funds with them to take care of animals grazing and residing on their farmlands.