Hi everyone! My husband and I are looking at a property in Loudoun County, VA, within the Purcellville city limits, that has an acre of land and includes a dependency that is actually an old chicken coop. Buying this old house would afford us a number of opportunities to live more sustainably, and raising chickens for eggs would be a delightful part of that for us, I think. Western Loudoun is a very agrarian county, and were the property outside of the city limits, I wouldn't have to wonder if a small flock of chickens would be allowed. I've done some looking online and can't find Purcellville's ordinances. I know at least one other person on the forum lives in Loudoun County, so I thought maybe someone here would be able to tell me about chickens in the town limits before the government offices open on Monday. The property is in the historic district, is surrounded by pasture on two sides and a golf course on the back, and is not subject to an HOA's draconian whims. Thanks in advance for any knowledge you might be able to impart!