A lawfully built fence is one with three rails of good material, which is attached to posts of equally good material. The rails cannot be less than six (6) inches wide and threequarters (3/4) of an inch thick. The adjoining posts cannot be more than ten (10) total feet apart. The bottom most rails cannot be higher than twenty (20) inches off the ground to prevent small animals from escaping. The fence must also have a minimum height of at least fiftyfour (54) inches to prevent jumping animals from escaping.
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