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How many animals can you keep on an agricultural land?

Discussion in 'Property Development' started by Carabao, Jan 16, 2017.

  1. Carabao

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    Hello,

    is anyone familiar with regulations regarding farm animals like: chicken, goats, pigs and cows? The land is declared as agricultural / cornland and some parts of it will be changed into residential. The land is 2 hectars on the mountain in Siquijor.

    Thanks for your help
     
  2. Jack Peterson

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    I don't think you will have any problems with that on Ag or Residential land it really is the Norm :happy:
     
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    How many animals can you keep on an agricultural land?
    Answer: Depends how high you can stack 'em.
     
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    For agriculture land I suppose there's no limit but if it is residential you better inquire by contacting a lawyer to avoid lots of probs later. My 5 cents opinion for what it is worth.
     
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    I'm pretty sure that there are limits (often ignored of course) on what you can keep on land closer than 100m to a barangay or national road. Talk to your local DENR.
     
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    I think so, too. I'll make it sure and talk to the barangay captain and the DENR. I don't want to disturb my new neighbors by ignoring rules.
     
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    Just one more!
     
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