Magee v. United States, 342 Fed. Appx. 19 (5th Cir. 2009)

(plaintiff conveyed farm to Farm Service Agency (FSA) in satisfaction of $686,349 debt and entered into five-year lease-back agreement under which plaintiff could buy the property back at the end of the five-year term at its appraised value at that time; FSA appraised property at $899,000 and plaintiff objected; FSA NAD ultimately upheld appraisal value and plaintiff brought court action; court held that plaintiff failed to show that FSA's decision was arbitrary or capricious, and plaintiff's claim for damages based on federal farm policies without merit).

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