Yes, We have two mares and the neighbors have a breeding stallion.Problem is , we both share the same fence line that we put up ourselves, when we were the first ones to buy a track out here , before everyone else. We have two sections on our property that we turn them out on. But when we want to rotate and put them on the other side full of grass, because they have eaten down the other side, we can't, causing us to have to dip into our hay sooner then we want to, or buy some, which isn"t cheap, just because they told us we have to move our mares, because their bringing back their stallion to their pasture. Question" Don;t we have the right to turn out our mares on our own property?. They think they own everything around, just because they have a world champion stallion.Is there a law that they would have to make a fence, where he could not get over to our mares, so we could use our land?. Why should we have to buy only geldings to suit them. Hey!, we might want to raise a foal ourselves. And no, not buy their stud!
Any help, or legel advice in this problem would be much appreciated!