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Am I Required To Fence In My Land So That My Cattle Do Not Wander Onto My Neighbor's Land?

Yes. However, you and your neighbor can agree that you will keep your prospective property lines open. If you and your neighbor agree to keep your property line unfenced you cannot be liable to your neighbor, and vice versa, if any of your animals enter onto your neighbor's land and cause damage.

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