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  • Major Woody

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    We're wanting to go for an ag exemption on our land at Fentress and need to know what type of fencing is approved for an AG exemption. The prong horn seems to be the big consideration for design. Any good sources? Thanks
     

    robocop10mm

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    I was not aware of any fencing requirement for an Ag exemption. These exemptions are granted on a local level so check with the county tax assessor. No fence required at all if you have crop land. I guess if it was livestock/pasture land it would have to have fence that would keep them in. Single strand hot wire works. RU trying to keep the pronghorn in or out?
     

    Major Woody

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    No not trying to do anything with them, just that all the info I've found talks about prong horns extensively. Thanks for the info, we know the assesor, we call her.
     
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