So did this law really take effect on Jan 1? Cause I am still seeing cows still roaming around near 136th/carefree hwy almost on a daily basis! This is very dangerous! I have come very close to almost getting in several accidents because of them! Does anyone know anything about the law now?
"I cannot believe how ridiculous this is. If you don't appreciate the countryside, stay in the city. We choose to live outside of the city because we enjoy and respect the wild-life and the traditions of the open range. You are showing the same mentality as those people who build next to a ranch, because they are attracted to the open spaces, then build a wall around their property and complain about the smell of horse dung.
Get a life - somewhere else, preferrably back in the city where you won't have to deal with authentic animals."
"By the way, awareness of the possibility of meeting an animal on a rural road is no more demanding than being alert to the possibility of a child or pet running onto a suburban street.
If that is beyond your capacity, I suggest that you ride the bus."
"On a personal note, I know that when I almost run into something, it is usually because I am driving too fast for the prevailing conditions, with the added possibility that I might not be paying adequate attention. The greatest danger on the road is the driver!"