Can I keep a horse on my property?

According to the Preston Zoning Regulations, the keeping of horses or ponies (this would include donkeys, sheep, goats, llamas, pot bellied pigs or similar) for pleasure is permitted provided the land on which the animals are kept or pastured is 3 acres for the first two animals, plus one acre for each additional animal. The residents of the property must own the animals and an adequate building, secure from the weather to house the animals. The building must be at least 100 feet from any existing dwelling under separate ownership and/ or 50' from any lot line. Please refer to Section 4.1.4 of the Preston Zoning Regulations for more details or call the Zoning Enforcement Officer at 860-887-5571 x 115.

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5. Can I keep a horse on my property?
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