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Santa Ana, CA Chicken Ordinance Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYesMax Chickens Allowed4Roosters AllowedNoPermit RequiredSpecial Permit for more than 4.Coop RestrictionsNo more than 4 chickens must be kept 30 feet away from neighboring residence, just passed. More than 4 must be kept 100 feet away with other restrictions.City/Organization Contact nameSanta Ana Municipal CodesAdditional Information Sec. 5-1. - Definitions. Unless the particular provisions or the context otherwise...
Lake Forest, CA - Chicken Ordinance Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYesMax Chickens AllowedNot statedRoosters AllowedNot stated, but probably not.Permit RequiredNoCoop RestrictionsNot statedCity/Organization Contact name Additional Information 10.04.010 - Definitions. The following terms, as used in this title, shall have the meanings set forth herein, unless it is apparent from the context thereof that some other meaning is intended. "Livestock" means any domesticated poultry,...
Laguna Niguel, CA Chicken Ordinance Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYesMax Chickens Allowed Roosters AllowedNoPermit RequiredNoCoop RestrictionsNone writtenCity/Organization Contact nameThe City of Laguna Niguel contracts with Mission Viejo Animal Shelter for animal control services. The Mission Viejo Animal Shelter can be contacted by calling (949) 470-3045.Additional Information Sec. 10-1-13. - Definitions (L). Livestock means any domesticated poultry, cattle, goats, swine, sheep...
I am a new "Mother Hen" to 6. Two are mine and the rest belong to each member of our family. We have "Penny", Black Jersy Giant, and "Peep", Light Brahma (they are mine); "Katherine", Partridge Rock, belongs to my youngest son; "Maria", Barred Rock, is my husband's; "Missy", Golden Lace Wyandotte, my oldest son's; and "Ilaine", Americauna, is my daughter's. The Rocks are a little older than the rest. They were hatched on April 26 and the rest on May 3rd. We are so excited to have finally...
So here we are, week 28 for Maria and Katherine (week 27 for Illaine, Penny, & Missy). Maria laid her first egg yesterday! Today there was another one in the nesting box, but we do not know if it is Maria or someone else. But we are finally on the road to fruition. Yay! It is small, but it IS an egg! Here are the rest of the girl's eggs, (except Katherine, because my son ate it before I could shoot it). Missy's: Penny's: Ilaine, our Americauna:
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