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175 Years Ago
In the early years of Kentucky, when fences were very rare, it was legal to “take up” and care for stray farm animals. The finder reported the stray to the sheriff who listed the animal along with a description in the stray book. If an owner was not found for the animal the finder could keep it. If the owner was found he could pay the finder for keeping the animal and take it back.
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