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Old 15th July 2007, 06:09 AM   #4
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The bulk of the estate includes a 580-acre hilltop plot in Ira. Altea requested Day's second will be changed to remove a stipulation that the property remain as a working farm, according to court documents.
If they're not going to run it as a farm, how are they going to keep 500+acres in good condition? Without grazing animals to keep down the weeds, regular maintenance of drains and fences etc, the land is going to run to seed fairly quickly. When animals start straying and weeds start spreading, nieghbouring farmers will have a good legal case against them.

Typical New Agers - they don't have a clue about how to actually live on the land.
"Nature is floods and famines and earthquakes and viruses and little blue-footed booby babies getting their brains pecked out by their stronger siblings! ....Nature doesn't care about me, or about anybody in particular - nature can be terrifying! Why do they even put words like 'natural' on products like shampoo, like it's automatically a good thing? I mean, sulfuric acid is natural!" -Julia Sweeney
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