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Tony W

09-16-2012 06:26:10
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Thank You for all replies. To answer a few thoughts, she was here first and we moved in 7 years ago and built a very small family cow raising operation for the family to have fresh beef and not the store $hi!. The cows (6) are in a 120x 80 pen that when the run off from rain and when I over flow the water, it will run into the alfalfa field at the end of the pen. So that goes opposite to her house. I did not get to spread the pile last year due to weather so this year it all goes out on the field. She also allows me to farm here one acre so she does not have to mow, which is the alfalfa now. And do give her fresh eggs and fresh beef for the land use. So do need to walk a fine line here. I will not cave in and stop raising the beef and chickens. Thanks again, it is nice to hear other views on this issue. I have check the county ordinances about this and all they are stating is clean food, water and shelter. Hope you all smell money today!

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09-16-2012 10:07:08
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 Re: Manure ordor in reply to Tony W, 09-16-2012 06:26:10  
Yep best to check any and all zoning laws in that area. You may find you have to do something else or you may find you have the right to have them. I have neighbors that are trying to impose restrictions on me that they signed for but I did not and the restrictions are contract restriction not zoned so they have no leg to stand on but yet they think they can tell me I can not do what I have done for 32 years. Yep I am the old guy in the area and have been here longer then any one else and the land has been owned by my family since 1976 way before any of these clowns have even been in this area

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