I live at the end of a private road. Behind me is about 100 acres of brush that is owned by a large family. They logged it a few years ago, but never replanted and now it's just over grown brush. We take walks and sometimes ride the horses back there but other then that we pretty much just leave it alone. Anyway, the other day I was out working in the barn and the dogs started barking. I went out to see what was going on and there was a man walking along the back of my property. I asked him if I can help him and his reply was very rudely said "I own this land". OK, well that's all fine, but his rudeness was uncalled for and I pretty much told him so. Anyway, he later came up and said he's just looking around to see what's going on. I didn't say much, just nodded and mentioned that there's been a lot of deer out there lately. He came back and said "looks like a lot of cows too". ( I usually let the cows graze teathered in my yard and they of course have no clue about property lines) I said, "yea, the cows graze MY yard sometimes". He then came back with, "well, this is my land and I don't like it". This is when I got mad. He must have see that my mouth was going to get the better of me because before I could say anything he said "I'm going to have to put up a fence I guess." I said, "fine, you do that...but you realize that I don't have to give you access from my property to put up your fence?" Then he noticed the t-post that we have placed along the property line, we put them up when we built the barn to measure the set back requirements. Anyway he came up and said that he doesn't think that's were the line is and that it's further over, in my direction. I told him that before he started making assumption like that he better have the documents to back it up! Didn't tell him that I've already had my land surveyed. He left right after that but he also went over to my neighbor, across the road that just built their house and told him that his septic is on his land. My neighbor told him that the septic is where the county put it, and if he has a problem to talk to them. I've been doing some checking and it seems that this guy came out here a few years ago and said the same thing to the previous land owners in this area. At one time they owned pretty much all of the land out here, except the section that my house and my neighbors homes are on. This was owned by another family and when the elders passed on it was sub-divided and sold off. Anyway, this guy thinks his family has rights to it I guess. From what I've been told, this guys grandfather recently passed away and now the whole bunch of them are bickering over grandpa's holdings. Not sure what's going to happen next, but if he thinks he's going to come out here and start bullying me he's going to have another thing coming. I have a feeling that this is just the beginning though.