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I dont disagree with your opinion, but that's not the law.I'd fight it if I were presented with a bill for thousands of dollars for 50% of a property fence he hired a crew to install, but I wouldn't be against providing labor and / or a few hundred dollars for 50% of materials if he / we installed it.
My opinion about the Iowa fencing laws is this...
If I install a pool in my yard, I'm required to install and maintain an adequate fence around it. My neighbors aren't required to cover 50% of the cost. It's all on me, because I chose to install a pool on my property.
I don't see why the same doesn't apply to livestock. If I choose to have livestock on my property, then I should be required to install and maintain an adequate fence around them. My neighbors shouldn't be required to cover 50% of the cost / burden.
My neighbors didn't have any say in if I decided I wanted a pool or livestock on my property. Both were my sole decisions and my sole responsibilities.
Good luck with the trustee route, that is a complete joke in Iowa. It should be an easy fix but Iowa has horrible fence laws. Good luck.My Trustee it is. Thanks! I guarantee my neighbor isn't going to want to put $ or labor into a full new fence, so I'm not too concerned with footing 50% of the bill / labor for an all new replacement. We'll see how this shakes out.
I don't agree with the 50/50 property fence laws, if one neighbor runs livestock and the other doesn't, but I know they've been on the books for years and years, so no getting around it.
If I shoot it and I then bought it, we will call it even for the damage to the orchard and clover plots. I’m guessing my neighbor doesn’t know or care that they are loose.You shoot it, you just bought it.
For the creek, set two large posts/telephone poles each side of the creek, run a cable from top to top, hang cattle panels on the cable. The water will swing them up, to drop back down when creek recedes.
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