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post #1451 of 10505
Thankful they allow them. But not for that fee! I previously lived in Woodbury which is not a chicken friendly city. I had both chickens and ducks under cover in my back yard wink.png
post #1452 of 10505

"They" need a new job.

Call Ducks, Black, Chocolate and Lavender Orpingtons, Bantam Cochins, Black Spanish Turkeys

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Call Ducks, Black, Chocolate and Lavender Orpingtons, Bantam Cochins, Black Spanish Turkeys

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post #1453 of 10505
What ever they change for a dog license should be the max for a chicken license. I personally think it is a deterant as they really don't want them.
My flock is still growing !!! 15 laying hens of different breeds, Black and Blue LF Cochins, RIR Bantams Coming in -2014 - 15 Cream Legbar
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My flock is still growing !!! 15 laying hens of different breeds, Black and Blue LF Cochins, RIR Bantams Coming in -2014 - 15 Cream Legbar
NPIP Certified #1108 AI Clean

I CAN ONLY SHIP WITHIN THE US
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post #1454 of 10505
I think you are probably right.
post #1455 of 10505

I would like to see what those people who are anit-chickens actually eat.  They complain about chickens being kept, yet how many of them enjoy eggs and chicken to eat?  Probably all of them.  Yet, they find fault with people who want to keep a few hens for their own fresh eggs.  It is truly unbelievable to see/hear the misinformation ignorant people have about chickens and the impact on people and the environment that they have.  Some would tell you that it is unhealthy to keep chickens around, but they have 3 dogs crapping in their yard every day.  I have dogs, I love them, but they poop and it isn't something you can or want to put in your garden where you grow food to eat yourself.

It is too bad that there has to be that struggle for some people just to have 3 hens.

Owner/Operator of Prairie Chick Poultry. Breeding toward the Standard on the following breeds: (hatching eggs available) LAREGE FOWL Buckeyes, New Hampshires, Welsummers, BBS Cochins.  Also Easter Eggers. BANTAMS White & Blue Silkies, Salmon Faverolles.  NPIP MN#41-1143   Also, Dark & WLR LF Cornish(limited sales of adults/started birds). ON FB!
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Owner/Operator of Prairie Chick Poultry. Breeding toward the Standard on the following breeds: (hatching eggs available) LAREGE FOWL Buckeyes, New Hampshires, Welsummers, BBS Cochins.  Also Easter Eggers. BANTAMS White & Blue Silkies, Salmon Faverolles.  NPIP MN#41-1143   Also, Dark & WLR LF Cornish(limited sales of adults/started birds). ON FB!
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post #1456 of 10505
People in Hudson are trying to get chickens allowed, I'm helping but thankfully it doesn't effect me. But holy cow that's a lot a dog license for me is only $15!!!!
Shamrock Silkies! Silkies and showgirls in Blue, Black, Splash, and White. White Cochins and Blue/Black rosecombs
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Shamrock Silkies! Silkies and showgirls in Blue, Black, Splash, and White. White Cochins and Blue/Black rosecombs
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post #1457 of 10505
When i was house hunting last summer i was looking at Hudson. I was under the impressionthat hens were allowed?
post #1458 of 10505

Hello fellow Minnesotans!

 

I'm 6 days from the arrival of my chicks, so I'm just popping in to say hi!

Four hens and a Free Agent Peacock at the moment. We call him Kevin.

Buff Orpington - Sunny (Sweet and silly)

Easter Egger - Benedict (Small yet beautiful sold as an Ameraucauna)

Silver Laced Wyandotte - Florentine (Egg Laying Rooster)

Black Australorp - Omelet (Alpha Hen)

Oh, and the bottom of the pecking order, our Chihuahua, Oscar.

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Four hens and a Free Agent Peacock at the moment. We call him Kevin.

Buff Orpington - Sunny (Sweet and silly)

Easter Egger - Benedict (Small yet beautiful sold as an Ameraucauna)

Silver Laced Wyandotte - Florentine (Egg Laying Rooster)

Black Australorp - Omelet (Alpha Hen)

Oh, and the bottom of the pecking order, our Chihuahua, Oscar.

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post #1459 of 10505
Welcome snowWhite! Where abouts are you? what kind of chicks?
post #1460 of 10505
Any one around the area raise polish chickens? Are they pretty intolerant of our Minnesota winters?
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