I can't believe what I am reading. I was born and lived in Michigan until 2002 and never knew chickens were allowed. The places that I see that is allowed I used to live in some of the cities there. I used to live in Wayne, Romulus, Westland, Taylor and Belleville and Ypsilanti. Romulus and Belleville would be the places I think they would allow certain amount of Hens since it's not in the city limits like Wayne and so on.
Edited by cluckcluckhens - 9/20/15 at 4:09pm
I moved out West and never had Hens until three years ago. We live outside of the city limits where we live and we have no restrictions at all only inside the city limits which is one Hen per 2000 square feet of lot. We have around 40 thousand square feet at our place in the country which we could get more Hens it we wanted to but don't, we have 7 right now. Someone I know had some Hens in the city limits here and were told they only can have one so they had to get rid of the other Hens they had. Anyone moving should check their codes for the city that you live in before even getting any Chickens, Ducks and so on. The great thing about living on property in the country is peace and quiet, no robberies, break-ins and so on so theft is very little or none. We do have a school here that is not in the city but, the city also has schools too.