The more i read on this topic the more i confuse myself thinking deeper and deeper. I read recently that even if you are considered as a farm and protected under the right to farm act as far as being commercial and comforming to GAAMPs , that it is still possible that you have to abide by township ordinances regarding how far away from a property line a coop, "manure pile" ect can be.. But to me this seems impossible considering it states the act supersedes any ordinance as far as minimum of 5 acres.. If they can not tell you a certain amount of land is required how can they expect that you will meet those guidlines also. Obviously if you only have an acre.. you wouldn't be able to follow the ordinance as far as regulations on distances away from property lines and other homes. Example being (coop or manure pile must be 100 feet from any property line) So are the regulations in ordinances regarding distances from property lines and other homes also included as far as the ordinance being superseded by the right to farm act meaning you do not have to meet these requirements???? any experience??
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6/18/13 at 1:36pm