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Coop plans for a simple 4x8 coop The reason I decided to make this coop in the first place, was because my chicken tractor was too small for as many birds as I had. I wanted a simple solution, and because 4x8 is such a universal size, I figured I couldn't lose with an 8 foot wide, 4 foot deep, 4 foot tall coop. I had a garage that was used mostly for storage, and not much else. There was a window about 3½ to 4 feet off of the ground, and just in case “chicken fever” wore off someday, I’d...
Ogden Utah Chicken Ordinance Are Chickens Allowed in OgdenNoMax Chickens AllowedUnknown - (100 pigeons, no mention of chickens)Roosters AllowedNoPermit RequiredN/aCoop RestrictionsN/aCity/Organization Contact name 2549 Washington Blvd. Ogden, UT 84401 [URL="http://www.ogdencity.com"]www.ogdencity.com[/URL] 801-629-8000 Additional Informationhttp://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=515 5-5-2: LICENSING: A. Required; Fee: It is unlawful for any person to act as an auctioneer in the city unless he has a valid...
St. George Utah Chicken Ordinance Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYesMax Chickens Allowed6 - 6,000 sq foot lot; 1 more for each additional 1000 sq ft lot, not to exceed 16 totalRoosters AllowedNoPermit RequiredNoCoop Restrictions50 foot from dwelling; 20 ft from property line unless there is a solid wallCity/Organization Contact nameCity of St. George 175 E 200 North St. George UT 84770 435 627-4000Additional Information 10-2-1: ZONING DEFINITIONS: AGRICULTURE: The tilling of the soil,...
Riverton Utah Chicken Ordinance Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYesMax Chickens Allowed20 per 1/2 AcreRoosters AllowedYesPermit RequiredNoCoop RestrictionsNo coop or shelter for keeping of agricultural fowl shall be constructed or maintained within seventy-five (75) feet of a dwelling nor forty (40) feet of a zone district boundary which prohibits such use.City/Organization Contact nameRiverton City 12830 South Redwood Road Riverton Utah 84065 (801) 254-0704Additional InformationA)...
Egg Facts The #1 Egg laying myth is that you need a rooster in your flock for hens to lay eggs You do not. Hens lay fine without a rooster Most people say that fresh eggs have a different/better taste to them The US East Coast prefers Brown eggs while the West Coast prefers White eggs There is no nutritional difference between Brown eggs and White eggs Blood Spots (sometimes called meat spots) are occasionally found on an egg yolk The #2 Egg laying myth is that a blood spot means the egg is...
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