My big ROS is really too close to my house, it's the first one I planted here. One summer I had so much trouble with my phone line, so I called the phone company and they sent a worker to check the outside line where it enters my home. The rest of it is underground with the rest of the utilities so they checked the visible connection first. And there it was, happy as could be, a ROS seedling was pulling the line away from the connector box, just getting thicker every day. It was behind the tree, the box was, so I didn't notice it. It immediately got a good pruning on its backside.
Mary, I'll bet it would grow for you. In fact on your massive stretch of land, it probably will grow and spread and grow and spread and before you know it you'll have a windbreak!! We might have to try that real soon.