Two words: my neighbor, unfortunately I am down grade from him. This is one of my webcams pointed NNW. The north side of the fence line is my neighbor, I'm to the south. I have some jute erosion control mat arriving this week and I've been building rock berms with my grapple.
He has way, way too many sheep, if a blade of grass or weed pops up it's probably eaten immediately. Now that I'm down to just nine antelope my land should start a long recovery process. I just mentioned to Dear Wife that maybe our antelope will run into the fence and break their necks and we can get some whitetails and turkeys back .
This is the same neighbor that didn't bother to trap and dispatch the critters eating the Guinea fowl we shared - 15 of them disappeared over six months. This is the same neighbor that has a big issue with two loose aggressive dogs and his wife was so scared she was afraid to go on walks - on their property. And guess what - the dogs killed two of their lambs and an adult ewe. He finally acquired some cahones and got his rifle and looked for the dogs but they were long gone. He did report the incident to the sheriff (again) and the dog owner paid him $400 for the dead animals.
He told me about the aggressive dogs several months before and I told him to shoot them (with his wife standing there.) He doesn't have a pistol and I was really tempted to offer to sell one of mine I don't use.
I really hate to rant because otherwise they are great neighbors but I think they would be much better off living in a subdivision.