Monday, October 29, 2007

State seeks improved horse laws


On Monday, the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services sought input on regulations to better protect buyers and sellers of horses in Florida. The authority to create new rules was included in a bill signed by Governor Crist earlier this year. Florida ranks third nationally in horse ownership, and there are more than 500,000 horses in the state. See more at this article via the Tallahassee Democrat and here via horse.com.

4 comments:

Linda said...

how many horses can you legally have on 5 acres with no pasture, not barn, and no stalls?

Linda said...

how many horses can you legally have on 5 acres with no pasture, not barn, and no stalls?

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