Horse property

Originally Posted By: tallen
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What is the distance required between a stable and the residence?



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Originally Posted By: jrice
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Five Feet further then smell. Can be closer if wind direction is consistent. icon_razz.gif


Originally Posted By: rsonneson
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I know of no requirement for distance from buildings. Every location may have different requirments from how far building housing animals needs to be from any well system but I know of no distance from other buildings.



Bob Sonneson


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Originally Posted By: dbowers
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It depends on whether you’re stabling Clydesdales, Shetland Ponies, or Hollywood Cuties. Cuties get stabled very close - Clydesdales NOT SO.


Originally Posted By: dbush
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Todd, there is a house just outside here that has the house, indoor riding arena and stables all in one location and under one roof.


Dave


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Originally Posted By: tallen
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The reason I asked this question is cuz I was called about doing an inspection for a very large horse property,and after it was set up I thought I remembered something from school about how close a stable can be to a dwelling. Well, you are right there is no such zoning requirement. What I was thinking of was the the min. setback from any residence on an abutting property which is Fifty feet.


I don't feel to bad at least I remembered part of it. ![icon_lol.gif](upload://zEgbBCXRskkCTwEux7Bi20ZySza.gif)

Thanks for the response.


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Originally Posted By: tschwalbe
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Down here in Florida I dont think there are any requirements. I have seen many living quarters and houses directly above the stables. These are no shacks with the best of every thing.