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Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Eugene » Mon Feb 22, 2021 5:55 pm

Purchased a couple more trespassing signs to post on the north west property corner where a no longer used county road crossed the property and an old hay shed is located. The old road is now an easement.

Saturday drove to the acreage in the snow. The hillside adjacent to the shop was covered with sled and slide marks. Foot tracks headed in the direction of the property corner and an adjacent neighbor.

The old hay shed is near the property corner. Found evidence indicating that the neighbor kids have been in the shed.

Several other adjacent property owners have had trespassing problems with the kids and their parents.

The parents have been informed. Next time, involve law inforcement.
I have an excuse. CRS.

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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Don McCombs » Mon Feb 22, 2021 6:33 pm

Very few people have any respect for other peoples property anymore. Nor do they teach their children to have any respect. I find this to be particularly true of those who own four-wheelers and snowmobiles. Apparently, they feel that the purchase price of such things, includes the right to use them wherever and whenever they please.
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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Jim Reid » Mon Feb 22, 2021 7:15 pm

Some of the states i have hunted in you do not have to post your land you need written permission with you or you can be charged with tresspassing IA.is one i believe MN.and IL.are that way.

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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby tst » Tue Feb 23, 2021 1:57 am

German Shepherd dictates policy to unwanted trespassers

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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby T-Mo » Tue Feb 23, 2021 5:09 am

Eugene, I hear you. I have a similar problem - the neighbor's "junk" is creeping more and more into my property, and with the snow I can see how much he's been on my property. I will be putting a fence up with signs this spring.

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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Don McCombs » Tue Feb 23, 2021 9:05 am

Good fences make good neighbors.
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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Donegal Cub » Tue Feb 23, 2021 9:34 am

Don you’ve went straight to the root of the problem, don’t blame the kids, because the real blame lies with the parents.

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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Stanton » Tue Feb 23, 2021 9:56 am

Don McCombs wrote:Good fences make good neighbors.


That saying sprung to my mind too. :wink:
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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Bill Hudson » Tue Feb 23, 2021 10:42 am

Don McCombs wrote:Good fences make good neighbors.


Bull strong and hog tight.

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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Eugene » Tue Feb 23, 2021 11:22 am

Don McCombs wrote:Good fences make good neighbors.
Got fences good enough to keep cattle in. Not good enough to keep some neighbors out.

Talking to the neighbor to the east this morning. Neighbor said that they had been horseback riding on their spring wheat. Told them to get off and stay off the property. Very next day they were back riding hoses on the spring wheat.

No trespassing signs to be posted this afternoon.
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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Cub-Bud » Wed Feb 24, 2021 8:16 am

As I understand it, all privately owned land in Mississippi is automatically posted, no sign needed.
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Postby Dusty B » Thu Feb 25, 2021 9:58 pm

Hard to hunt deer on 10 acres? Seems like every year one gets shot and runs across the boundary, but at least he calls before coming to get it! 20 foot stand right on the fence line isn’t very convincing.
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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Eugene » Fri Feb 26, 2021 7:00 pm

Snow melted on the sled slope. Found a really nice bath towel, which I'm keeping.

Bet the sledder's Mom is P.O. at the kids.
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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby Yogie » Sat Feb 27, 2021 8:59 pm

Bill Hudson wrote:
Don McCombs wrote:Good fences make good neighbors.


Bull strong and hog tight.

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With no gates !
In the process of fencing 132 acres having just over half of it done and the rest with posts set ready for wire soon. Glad we waited on that section, it being wooded and the ice storm just passing through last week. I'd marked the trees back in the summer while the leaves were on to be cut so I could see the dead trees. Not to bad, couple hours I'll have the path cleared once again. No plans for any cattle but good neighbors are growing older and I don't know who I'll have to deal with later on. Just figured it would be good having all the lines marked well just in case.
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Re: Trespassing Signs/Problem Neighbors

Postby SamsFarm » Sun Feb 28, 2021 4:08 pm

I was a youth once, and did my share of trespassing.
Most of big propertys where we lived, the land owners were not very active (if they were active at all) on their own land (that did not make my trespassing right)!

Now days as a land owner (a fairly active one), when I encounter a treaspasser on motorized toys, I think about what I had done when younger and try and go easy on them, and politely ask them to leave and not come back.

The younger ones are the easiest to forgive because I was in their shoes once, but the ones that are 30, 40, and older...... Come on now, they should know better!!!!

I dont really fault if I get a occasional trespasser out on foot.

Now I encourage some of my neighbors to get out and go for a walk around my place once in a while.

I feel it is great to share when that someone respects my property as good or better than I do, and it is great when they communicate with their intentions.

I recommend no property owner ever confront a stranger trespassing if they are unarmed.

Me personally, I uncover my sidearm, and keep my distance. Be cautious and alert!

Amazing how some squirm when you start taking their picture!

But my long term goal is complete fencing!!!

What really sucks is when someone comes and askes permission first, but end up disrespecting you and your property!
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