Does anyone know what Florida stallion laws are in regards to fencing? Citrus County area. I did a google search, but from what I'm finding, we have none.
The neighbors just down the road, informed me today that they are purchasing a pony stallion. The stud will be kept in their pasture, behind 3 strands of barbwire. So I'm worried he'll get out.
I have two mares and a proud cut colt. They are behind wire fencing, with a strand of electric wire over the top. Not exactly stud proof if this stud does get out.
I honestly don't care that their is a stud down the road, the neighbor behind me has a stud, but he's an amazing horse, kept in a paddock made of pipe corral, and has earned his breeding parts.
But these neighbors do not need a stud. They have one other horse, who looks awful. He's too thin, never sees a vet, and I've called AC multiple times for lack of shelter, not that AC cares.