Yup; the Internet is screwed up. - Land Assistance...

Don Gould don at bowenvale.co.nz
Sat Jun 11 03:14:32 UTC 2011

Dear Mr J,

Again let me thank you for engaging this issue.

However again we have done our research and were well aware of the issue 
before making the investment choice (unlike the OP's linked article 
where the writer clearly hadn't researched the availability of 
services/resources he needed for his primary income.)

I grant you that many list members may not be aware that the rural 
community are in fact extremely large users of technology (gps being 
just one small example).

When we first read about the noise issues in the area we invested a 
large sum of capital in an R&D facility to developed electronic cow 
bells that have integrated GPS in them so the cow knows where it is and 
can simply turn the bell off.  The bells are now under manufacture in 
China and we are looking at export opportunities in many markets 
including the US (part of the reason for investment in the location you 
were kind enough to link before).

Again, in keeping with list protocols, can we please focus on the 
regulations for installation if irrigation piping?

Kindest and warmest regards

Farmer Don

On 11/06/2011 3:00 p.m., Joly MacFie wrote:
> One regulation you may run afoul of is the the new zero tolerance 
> quiet zone enforcement
> Cowbells are definitely out, mooing dubious.
> http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/06/01/nina-in-new-york-grouchiness-prevails-in-central-park/

Don Gould
31 Acheson Ave
Christchurch, New Zealand
Ph: + 64 3 348 7235
Mobile: + 64 21 114 0699

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