Open range fence out laws


How can open range fence out laws still apply to a neighborhood of homes, families and children, when open range ended when land policies to encourage growth were enacted ending “open Range” defined as where cattle roam freely regardless of land ownership. I have a neighbor who owns live stock but makes them everyone else’s problem by not having adequate fencing and water for them. They have done $2000 in damages to my home, property and trees, I have twice been attacked by his bull running loose on my property, and now must pay out a $1000 to build a fence and gate across my front yard to protect me and my family or visitors while shutting out the world from entering my property due to closed gates. Can I sue this irresponsible idiot?

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on August 9, 2019 7:02 pm
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We'd definitely like to help you. It seems that your irresponsible neighbor has allowed his livestock to damage your property, a strong demand letter may be a good place to start. I recommend that you contact us at 303-688-0944 or schedule a free case assessment online at in your free case assessment we'll discuss your rights, risks, remedies, costs, timeline, and how we can help.

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