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View Poll Results: how many acres you live on?
none. i rent or im in trailer park, or a condo. 3 5.17%
typical 1/16th acre suburban sardine neighborhood 3 5.17%
1/8th 1/2 acre 15 25.86%
1 acre 8 13.79%
2 to 5 11 18.97%
6 to 10 4 6.90%
11 to 20 5 8.62%
21 to 50 9 15.52%
51 to 100+ 2 3.45%
500+ 1 1.72%
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Old 08-01-2013, 02:14 AM   #21
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I am on about a tenth of an acre in town right now, But I am retiring soon and looking for a couple of acres or so in some more gun friendly states!

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My yard is 3.5 acres, my family farm owns and plants 2,500 acres every year, 200 acre field connects to my yard

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elfmdl...you can vote on the pole multiple times above. i dont see 500+ marked.

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elfmdl...you can vote on the pole multiple times above. i dont see 500+ marked.
I didn't know this forum had that feature!
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A good sized town lot now. For s & g's I googled it recently. All the pics were taken in summer and you can't even see any part of the house for the tree cover.

Before I moved here last year I was on 15 very rural acres.
Before that I was on a boat for 14 years, so even my current home is pretty spacious.

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Live on 3/4 of an acre, but just bought 48.7 acres in Maine mostly wooded with a small brook. We plan to build a cabin on it in 4-5 years and homestead.

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I rent but my uncle owns the house and i help around the yard so i consider it my land to.

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40acres, 30 of that wooded

1-90yr old farmhouse
2-barns
3-dogs
1-ram
1-rooster
1-BFF Cindy
You need more sheep and chickens. They like to be in groups.

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I didn't know this forum had that feature!
It's an option you can choose when setting up a poll.
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We have 3 acres with a pond on it.

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