Julie I. Fershtman, courtesy of the Equine Land Conserva

Photo courtesy of the Equine Land Conservation Resource

Horse-Friendly Zoning

Population growth in rural areas affects the horse industry on a national level and threatens to become worse through the millennium. As people move closer to properties with horses, zoning conflicts sometimes result.

Photo by Bean Tree Design

Horse-Related Zoning Battles

Zoning battles can arise in any community. Sometimes they originate from the local government that might want to change the laws to make it harder to stable horses. Or, you might bring your own matter before a local zoning board. Here are some examples.