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    For the Farmers out there...

    While at Pleasant Hill, I saw this sign in the barnyard. It sure made good sense to me! Do any other states have this policy? If not, they sure need it!
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    That is good and, IMHO, applies to life in general!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Stratton View Post
    That is good and, IMHO, applies to life in general!
    ^^^Ditto!
    here's a listing that might help or be of interest...
    http://www.horse-insurance.com/law.html

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    Good sign. Should be inherently known.

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    Stupid should hurt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharon Korn View Post
    Stupid should hurt
    Unfortunately, for a lot of people these days, if stupid hurt all they'd want to do is sue someone!
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    How does one determine the difference between inherent risks and negligence? Or does it make a difference in the eyes of the law in these states?
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    Indiana has the same type of law. Usually says equine on it as that is the largest purchaser of signs for activities.
    Inherent risk, getting stepped on, thrown from your own horse, your own gear breaking causing injury. Negligence, a large nail sticking out of a gate entrance and ripping the guts out of your horse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Indiana has the same type of law. Usually says equine on it as that is the largest purchaser of signs for activities.
    Inherent risk, getting stepped on, thrown from your own horse, your own gear breaking causing injury. Negligence, a large nail sticking out of a gate entrance and ripping the guts out of your horse.
    Thank you--makes perfect sense.
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    I agree 1000% Jim should be like that for a few other things.

    Kinda reminds me of this sign who would think otherwise?

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    cheers

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