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Old October 12th, 2019, 09:06 AM #111
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There's a good chance I may know the farm and better chance they know me and I would gladly talk horse with them and bring up hunting season in a round about way but since the title already states you know they are anti gun and anti hunting I doubt it would go well, for being hunter friendly neighbors that is.


Funny, on our farm, on cold winter mornings, I can see deer sitting down for the day and a neighbors deer stand within 50' (feet) from the fence line, 35' from our property line. anyway, hope this works out.
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Old October 12th, 2019, 09:13 AM #112
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I hope it goes well. If you actually see the neighbor, my suggestion is to go say hello with a smile.

You sound like someone who I would like to have as a neighbor. Many of the posters on this thread, I just hope I never have to deal with... We all feel that quick anger when someone acts like your neighbor did... Grownups and good neighbors (like yourself) can get beyond that.

If I had a neighbor that started acting like many on here suggest, I would make it my personal mission to make their life as difficult as you are going out of your way to make mine. Let's see who has the better lawyer and deeper pocket if you want to play that game.

Cheers to you for how you've handled this so far.
Here's to peace between neighbors...where possible.
The problem with that Woody is that you never really know who your F*&^ing with till you do. Some things are just better left alone from the start for which the antagonist in this occurrence did not adequately strategize their position from the onset. They were never directly harmed or have been at all up to this point by gut pile doing his own thing.
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Old October 12th, 2019, 09:41 AM #113
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The problem with that Woody is that you never really know who your F*&^ing with till you do. Some things are just better left alone from the start for which the antagonist in this occurrence did not adequately strategize their position from the onset. They were never directly harmed or have been at all up to this point by gut pile doing his own thing.
This is true on both sides, which is why I suggest the OP de-bogeyman himself by walking over with a smile and his hand extended. The fact that the neighbor did not do this is a shame, and though his/her ham handed method of handling it thus far has not been ideal, it doesn't mean the OP can't make the decision to at least attempt in good faith to de-escalate the situation, so he and the neighbor can have greater overall peace in their tiny corner of the world.

Give people room to be less than perfect...who knows what personal issues or history there may be that could irrationally impact this person? Maybe go and ask and talk about it...


To many, it simply seems like a childish excuse to be as much of a pain in the ass as possible...because that's your right.

Hey...thats great and all...but I just hope you are in a different part of the county than I am.
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This woman's situation was perfect until she had to involve someone else unnecessarily. This sort of behavior is indicative of someone who has gone out of the way to involve themselves in some one else's private matter for no other reason but to impart their personal moral sentiments upon another and then project what could go wrong before it actually occurred.
Mr. Gut pile has no responsibility to substantiate his prerogative to this person for any reason whatsoever.
I live in a part of the county that all persons know each other to some extent including additional family members, respect each others individuality, and are forgiving for temporary tress-pass when no harm is intended. The people are hardworking, loyal and with worth that should not be judged by the type of vehicle they drive, where they worship or how they dress and enjoy leisure time.
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Hell, with that mentality, OP should just give their land away to the horse owner, and move on into town.


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My suggestion would be to always put yourself in the other persons shoes. In this day and age you dont know these people well. Therein lies the potential for escalation and you become a statistic. Move your stand, tell them no problem at all you were unaware and you love horses. Why you ask? Horse people have lots of Money! Your deer stand being the reason he gets a top notch litigator who drains your wallet for the sake of his client to torment you with litegius actions. On your property or not his liability is more valuable than yours and he knows it. Moral of the story...never muck with Horse owners.
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So far its been dark. I have noticed fewer horses in the fields near my stand. Doesn't make a difference since I don't have a horse tag. All other neighbors can't wait for some backstraps. I think this will end up being a non issue that might resurface in another few years. The additional no trespassing signs I spent the weekend putting up should get the point across.
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