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Protecting the breeding of pure bred stock
Agriculture & Markets (AGM) CHAPTER 69, ARTICLE 5
§ 95. Protecting the breeding of pure bred stock. It shall be
unlawful for any person or persons owning or in the possession of any
bull of the age of more than six months, any stallion of the age of more
than eighteen months, or buck or boar over five months of age, to suffer
or permit such animal or animals to go, or range, or run at large on any
lands or premises without the consent of the person entitled to the
possession of such land or premises.

No right of action shall accrue under this section to any person who,
being liable to contribute to the erection or repair of a division fence
as required by the town law, shall neglect or refuse to make and
maintain his proportion of such fence, or shall permit the same to be
out of repair, for damages done by any animal described in this section
coming, by reason of such defective fence, from adjoining lands where
such animal was lawfully kept.