AgNav Consulting advocates for agriculture, with a focus on the welfare of all animals; farm animals, livestock, animals in exhibition, bio-medical, outdoor sports, research, pets and more.

AgNav delivers the level of service you deserve, to achieve the outcomes you desire.


Animal Business & Security

AgNav is a valuable resource for information for all issues related to animal welfare.

Animal Owners

AgNav can assist animal owners or counsel. We have over 15 years of experience specific to criminal and civil animal neglect/mistreatment investigations.


AgNav is a credible, reliable and knowledgeable expert witness in all fields related to animal welfare, as well as consulting on animal welfare issues.

Law Enforcement

AgNav provides training for authorities who conduct animal neglect and mistreatment investigations including the areas of evidence collection, logistics and case building.



“Scot is incredibly knowledgeable and professional. Recommended! 5 stars! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️”

Dr. Jaime Brower Psy.D., ABPP

“One of the very best in agriculture! NO DOUBT!”

Brian Allmer, The BARN – Brian Allmer Radio Network

“I had the honor and privilege of working with Scot Dutcher on several cruelty and neglect cases. We worked side-by-side on numerous cases involving cattle, buffalo and horses. Scot was extremely helpful in logistics, evidence collection, nutritional requirements and needs on all livestock species. Scot provided exceptional training for Bureau of Animal Protection Agents while he worked for the Colorado Department of Agriculture. He helped me become the investigator that I am today. I had several large profile cases and Scot appeared in court as an expert witness on most of them during my tenure at the Park County Sheriff’s Office. The knowledge and experience that Scot Dutcher possesses in animal neglect and cruelty is unparalleled. He is a man of his word and the support he provided was exceptional and so appreciated. Any investigator or agency would be better served with this man on their team.”

Respectfully, Senior Sergeant Bobbi Priestly (retired)