[NAFEX] electric fence
lucky.pittman at murraystate.edu
Wed May 13 12:08:49 EDT 2009
If I were living in an urban/suburban residential setting, and it
became necessary to erect an appropriate electrified fence in order
to exclude deer, raccoons, etc., from my orchard/garden - provided
that zoning or HOA regulations allowed such a fence - I would make it
a point to visit with any and all neighbors adjoining my property,
informing them that I was putting up an electric fence - and why -
and would make certain that if it were a household with small
children, that the kids were informed of the potential for shock if
they contact the fence.
Unfortunately, too many in our current society have abrogated all
sense of personal responsibility, and some think that they're
entitled to go wherever they want whenever they want and to take
whatever they want, regardless of whether they have permission from
the rightful owner.
At 10:49 AM 5/13/2009, you wrote:
>i dont get the whole "socially acceptable" thing....its on YOUR
>property....in order to hit it the person needs to be on YOUR
>PROPERTY.....there for if a kid hits it, it is because they are
>trespassing....when i was growing up if we hit a ball or kicked a
>ball into the neighbors yard we had to go around, knock on the front
>door and ask if we could retrieve it cause anything else was
>trespassing...its your property.....put signs up stating you have an
>electric fence, make it clearly visible and dont worry bout it.....
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