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What can anyone tell us about Kern County?

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My fiance and I just bought land out there, in the area of Cantil. We are a mixed-race couple (I'm half-Black, he's White) and I'm hoping this won't be too much of an issue the way it is in his hometown down here in NC. We have no kids, 4 pets. I am an artist and writer, he is a carpenter. We know the area is desert but beyond that, we can't find too much info on it and I've left a few messages & emails for info from the county, but no one has responded yet. We are allowed to build a mobile home on the land and can have up to 8 horses or 12 chickens, as an example. What can we expect from living in that part of the county? How off-grid is it? We would have to obtain our power from Neuralia Rd, which is about 5-6 blocks from our land of 2 and a half acres. I don't want to post questions on City-Data because the people there tend to make everything about politics and race. Thank you for reading.
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