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Thank you! Yes the easement is already on the edge of the property so only one side would need to be fenced. They don't need to "cross" at any point except to reach that water trough... which is directly on the easement which is to be paved per county requirement. I think the water trough needs to be moved across the road and if that is done are we clear to install the fence? It's the 2 gates (one at the entrance to the cattle ranch and one at the entrance to our lot which is already fenced in as well) we are trying to remove here in addition to the water trough, since the fire marshall objects to those barriers as it stands. We just don't want those cattle to escape onto the main road when construction is going on so figure the barbed wire fence is the best solution. Can the cattle rancher object to the paving itself even if the county requires it? Our next step is to reach out to him and work out a solution... just wanted to see what kind of industry "standard" there is for ranch lands etc.