We live in a neighborhood with 3 acres. Our neighbors actually love our chickens and their eggs! Well our silkie roo passed away and he was not really loud. We would really like to get another one. Maybe a big pretty faverolle roo. Are they loud and do they attack alot cuz our roo did. Oddly. We have one silkie hen and the rest are standard. Oh and I should mention that we have 4 silkie crosses. Will they be standard or bantam. I have also heard that banty roos are mean is this true? My dad scared me away from horses when I used to love them. I took lessons and was really good at it but then people including my dad told me all these accidents about how they fell of the horse or got kicked. When I look at them I really think about how cool it would be to own one. I know all about them. Ok so we really would like to live on a farm but can't afford a big one so slightly under 3 acres is as close as we can get for now. We live right next to a park so you never know when some snobby person will come along to watch a soccer game. So does anyone recomend some nice clean, quiet, inexpensive, and not huge animals that we could own without anoying someone. we like Llamas Horse Turkey Emu Geese Ducks Goat (someone earlier said that they are risky) Sheep (we really want fresh milk to go with our eggs) Dexter Cattle Donkey Tecnically we are only supposed to have horses or other single hooved animals but we have a permit that says we can unless the neighbors get anoyed. So tell me please!