[Tagging] Distinguishing landuse=animal_keeping from landuse=farmyard and landuse=meadow?

Joseph Eisenberg joseph.eisenberg at gmail.com
Fri Aug 23 12:24:48 UTC 2019


Hufkratzer, do you know when landuse=animal_keeping should be used
instead of landuse=farmyard or landuse=meadow?

(The linked forum discussion was originally about a riding arena or
riding ground, which should be tagged leisure=pitch, sport=equestrian.
I don't think that's an issue. An equestrian riding centre can be
tagged leisure=sports_centre or leisure=horse_riding, though the
former tag is much more widely used. See:
https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/30491/horse-corral-or-any-dirt-area)

On 8/23/19, Hufkratzer <hufkratzer at gmail.com> wrote:
> An old related discussion about "paddock":
> https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/30491/horse-corral-or-any-dirt-area
>
> On 23.08.2019 10:36, Paul Allen wrote:
>  > On Fri, 23 Aug 2019 at 03:29, Joseph Eisenberg
> <joseph.eisenberg at gmail.com> wrote:
>  >
>  >
>  >     Also, it's not clear to me when one would use landuse=animal_keeping
>  >     instead of landuse=farmyard or landuse=meadow. If a farm has a
> paddock
>  >     for horses next to the barn and farmhouse, is this landuse=farmyard?
>  >
>  > First, it depends what you mean by paddock.  Strictly speaking, in
> British
>  > English a paddock is not where grazing takes place.  It's a holding
> area for
>  > horses.  Sloppy British English and non-British English expand on that
>  > to include pasture and/or other animals.  So, strictly speaking, a
>  > paddock is found at horse-racing tracks, riding schools, and the
>  > like.  A working farm might include a riding school and so have
>  > a paddock, but most ordinary farms (even those breeding horses) would
>  > not.
>  > [...]
>
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