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Hello all! Im a new-is chicken owner, I've had them since August of last year. I will be moving out of AZ, my current location, in two years, and i am hoping to get some Info about the Anacortes area, and chicken-owning laws there. I'm hoping to own a farm a few years after having lived there, with a stable job to save up, and of course, pay for simple commodities until then (I.E. - rent, bills, fooooooddddd) .

 

Would anyone be able to tell me the laws for owning chickens in Skagit County? Preferably near where the water is. I am hoping to rent a cabin fro my aunt, with only half an acre, right on the beach. Legit, the water level goes down, and the island across from us, we can walk to it through that awesome clay-mud-fish remains.

"I Dream of a Better Tommorow where a chicken can cross the road, and not have his motives questioned."  Anonymous 
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Halfway Ranch Mossyrock

8 cats, 5 dogs, 8 Barred Rocks, 8 Easter Egger pullet, 1 Olive Egger pullet

1 Olive Egger Rooster

& 3 bat crazy people and a baby Great Pyrenees Snowball joined our pack

"When you are up to your a** in alligator's it is hard to remind yourself

you initial objective was to drain the swamp"

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Halfway Ranch Mossyrock

8 cats, 5 dogs, 8 Barred Rocks, 8 Easter Egger pullet, 1 Olive Egger pullet

1 Olive Egger Rooster

& 3 bat crazy people and a baby Great Pyrenees Snowball joined our pack

"When you are up to your a** in alligator's it is hard to remind yourself

you initial objective was to drain the swamp"

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post #36733 of 38100
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Hello all! Im a new-is chicken owner, I've had them since August of last year. I will be moving out of AZ, my current location, in two years, and i am hoping to get some Info about the Anacortes area, and chicken-owning laws there. I'm hoping to own a farm a few years after having lived there, with a stable job to save up, and of course, pay for simple commodities until then (I.E. - rent, bills, fooooooddddd) .

 

Would anyone be able to tell me the laws for owning chickens in Skagit County? Preferably near where the water is. I am hoping to rent a cabin fro my aunt, with only half an acre, right on the beach. Legit, the water level goes down, and the island across from us, we can walk to it through that awesome clay-mud-fish remains.

Welcome :welcome easiest is to google the town and the county ordinances I do know a few here compiled some

county lists also the search bar will give you those.. sounds like you have a nice place to live when you do move.

Halfway Ranch Mossyrock

8 cats, 5 dogs, 8 Barred Rocks, 8 Easter Egger pullet, 1 Olive Egger pullet

1 Olive Egger Rooster

& 3 bat crazy people and a baby Great Pyrenees Snowball joined our pack

"When you are up to your a** in alligator's it is hard to remind yourself

you initial objective was to drain the swamp"

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Halfway Ranch Mossyrock

8 cats, 5 dogs, 8 Barred Rocks, 8 Easter Egger pullet, 1 Olive Egger pullet

1 Olive Egger Rooster

& 3 bat crazy people and a baby Great Pyrenees Snowball joined our pack

"When you are up to your a** in alligator's it is hard to remind yourself

you initial objective was to drain the swamp"

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post #36734 of 38100
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Originally Posted by Banaynaychicken View Post
 

Hello all! Im a new-is chicken owner, I've had them since August of last year. I will be moving out of AZ, my current location, in two years, and i am hoping to get some Info about the Anacortes area, and chicken-owning laws there. I'm hoping to own a farm a few years after having lived there, with a stable job to save up, and of course, pay for simple commodities until then (I.E. - rent, bills, fooooooddddd) .

 

Would anyone be able to tell me the laws for owning chickens in Skagit County? Preferably near where the water is. I am hoping to rent a cabin fro my aunt, with only half an acre, right on the beach. Legit, the water level goes down, and the island across from us, we can walk to it through that awesome clay-mud-fish remains.

Welcome :welcome easiest is to google the town and the county ordinances I do know a few here compiled some

county lists also the search bar will give you those.. sounds like you have a nice place to live when you do move.

It is indeed a cute little cabin by the sea. My aunt and uncle tom own it. They offered to rent it to me, and offered me a job working for them in their 3 shops in anacortes. It is such a cute little nautical place, with homemade crab-pot tables, and a 1960's HS locker in the bathroom for towels and bathroom supplies, and huge drift-wood frame beds. Lobsters and crabs, red white and blue all around the house. Very cute. Perfect for two people and some chickens ^-^ 

 

though the backyard is a bit small, the chooks will prolly take most of it up XD Luckily i have an easily moveable coop here in AZ that i can legit stick in a Uhaul, put the chickens in a large dog crate, and be in washington in 2 days at most XD 

 

Im only 17, but i've got the whole thing planned out.

 

 

I love washington. so beautiful, and it often rains, which is my favorite, not to mention the SEAFOOOODDDDDDDD

"I Dream of a Better Tommorow where a chicken can cross the road, and not have his motives questioned."  Anonymous 
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post #36735 of 38100
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Originally Posted by Banaynaychicken View Post
 

It is indeed a cute little cabin by the sea. My aunt and uncle tom own it. They offered to rent it to me, and offered me a job working for them in their 3 shops in anacortes. It is such a cute little nautical place, with homemade crab-pot tables, and a 1960's HS locker in the bathroom for towels and bathroom supplies, and huge drift-wood frame beds. Lobsters and crabs, red white and blue all around the house. Very cute. Perfect for two people and some chickens ^-^ 

 

though the backyard is a bit small, the chooks will prolly take most of it up XD Luckily i have an easily moveable coop here in AZ that i can legit stick in a Uhaul, put the chickens in a large dog crate, and be in washington in 2 days at most XD 

 

Im only 17, but i've got the whole thing planned out.

 

 

I love washington. so beautiful, and it often rains, which is my favorite, not to mention the SEAFOOOODDDDDDDD

YES YES YES...so where will you be in Skagit... and no matter where you will be, it is COOl, and washed clean in rains and Marine fog daily !

The best place to live, ever !

 French Silver Cuckoo Marans  , Bielefelders, Silver Wheaten Sulmtalers , & Wheaten Sulmtalers, Black and Silver Ameraucanas, and now white sport Marans ? OH MY !!~~~~~~~~

     Member  SPPA, WFF & the AARP gig.gif  NPIP # 91-182

 

Anyone can e-mail me at : Spiritwood_Farm@comcast.net~~~~~~   

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 French Silver Cuckoo Marans  , Bielefelders, Silver Wheaten Sulmtalers , & Wheaten Sulmtalers, Black and Silver Ameraucanas, and now white sport Marans ? OH MY !!~~~~~~~~

     Member  SPPA, WFF & the AARP gig.gif  NPIP # 91-182

 

Anyone can e-mail me at : Spiritwood_Farm@comcast.net~~~~~~   

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post #36736 of 38100

Anyone use Gro-gel with shipped chicks?

Black Australorps, Serama pair, Silver Laced Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons, White Ameraucanas, French Silver Cuckoo Marans, Silver Ameraucanas
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Black Australorps, Serama pair, Silver Laced Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons, White Ameraucanas, French Silver Cuckoo Marans, Silver Ameraucanas
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post #36737 of 38100
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Originally Posted by Chickielady View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Banaynaychicken View Post
 

It is indeed a cute little cabin by the sea. My aunt and uncle tom own it. They offered to rent it to me, and offered me a job working for them in their 3 shops in anacortes. It is such a cute little nautical place, with homemade crab-pot tables, and a 1960's HS locker in the bathroom for towels and bathroom supplies, and huge drift-wood frame beds. Lobsters and crabs, red white and blue all around the house. Very cute. Perfect for two people and some chickens ^-^ 

 

though the backyard is a bit small, the chooks will prolly take most of it up XD Luckily i have an easily moveable coop here in AZ that i can legit stick in a Uhaul, put the chickens in a large dog crate, and be in washington in 2 days at most XD 

 

Im only 17, but i've got the whole thing planned out.

 

 

I love washington. so beautiful, and it often rains, which is my favorite, not to mention the SEAFOOOODDDDDDDD

YES YES YES...so where will you be in Skagit... and no matter where you will be, it is COOl, and washed clean in rains and Marine fog daily !

The best place to live, ever !

I will be In Anacortes. I need to remember the area.... It is about 10 miles from Seattle, i think? thats where the shop is anyway, the cabin is another 3 miles north-ish, on the sea-line. There is an island, i dont know if it has a name, but when the tide is low we can walk to it . Okay, drag ourselves through fish guk to it. I'll have to google map's it right quick.

 

I do know that washington is definitely the most beautiful place iv'e ever been. I went up last summer to visit my aunt and uncle, and decided it was where i wanted to live.

 

 

 

here we go!  https://www.vrbo.com/256500

 

It is located in La Conner, it is called the Whispering Pines summer home. My family stayed there for about 2 weeks.


Edited by Banaynaychicken - 6/20/16 at 6:58pm
"I Dream of a Better Tommorow where a chicken can cross the road, and not have his motives questioned."  Anonymous 
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"I Dream of a Better Tommorow where a chicken can cross the road, and not have his motives questioned."  Anonymous 
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post #36738 of 38100
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Originally Posted by Banaynaychicken View Post

Hello all! Im a new-is chicken owner, I've had them since August of last year. I will be moving out of AZ, my current location, in two years, and i am hoping to get some Info about the Anacortes area, and chicken-owning laws there. I'm hoping to own a farm a few years after having lived there, with a stable job to save up, and of course, pay for simple commodities until then (I.E. - rent, bills, fooooooddddd) .

Would anyone be able to tell me the laws for owning chickens in Skagit County? Preferably near where the water is. I am hoping to rent a cabin fro my aunt, with only half an acre, right on the beach. Legit, the water level goes down, and the island across from us, we can walk to it through that awesome clay-mud-fish remains.
Here is the ordinances for Anacortes:http://www.cityofanacortes.org/document_center/Ordinances/2010-2019/Ord2823.pdf
post #36739 of 38100
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Anyone use Gro-gel with shipped chicks?

sorry no

Halfway Ranch Mossyrock

8 cats, 5 dogs, 8 Barred Rocks, 8 Easter Egger pullet, 1 Olive Egger pullet

1 Olive Egger Rooster

& 3 bat crazy people and a baby Great Pyrenees Snowball joined our pack

"When you are up to your a** in alligator's it is hard to remind yourself

you initial objective was to drain the swamp"

Reply

Halfway Ranch Mossyrock

8 cats, 5 dogs, 8 Barred Rocks, 8 Easter Egger pullet, 1 Olive Egger pullet

1 Olive Egger Rooster

& 3 bat crazy people and a baby Great Pyrenees Snowball joined our pack

"When you are up to your a** in alligator's it is hard to remind yourself

you initial objective was to drain the swamp"

Reply
post #36740 of 38100
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Originally Posted by MarySue View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Banaynaychicken View Post

Hello all! Im a new-is chicken owner, I've had them since August of last year. I will be moving out of AZ, my current location, in two years, and i am hoping to get some Info about the Anacortes area, and chicken-owning laws there. I'm hoping to own a farm a few years after having lived there, with a stable job to save up, and of course, pay for simple commodities until then (I.E. - rent, bills, fooooooddddd) .

Would anyone be able to tell me the laws for owning chickens in Skagit County? Preferably near where the water is. I am hoping to rent a cabin fro my aunt, with only half an acre, right on the beach. Legit, the water level goes down, and the island across from us, we can walk to it through that awesome clay-mud-fish remains.
Here is the ordinances for Anacortes:http://www.cityofanacortes.org/document_center/Ordinances/2010-2019/Ord2823.pdf

yaaaaay thanks so much ^-^ I will definitely save these.

"I Dream of a Better Tommorow where a chicken can cross the road, and not have his motives questioned."  Anonymous 
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