codes in Kingston, ny?

Discussion in 'Local Chicken Laws & Ordinances' started by sweetkingston, May 3, 2009.

  1. sweetkingston

    sweetkingston Hatching

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    I am looking for any information rules for chickens in Kingston, NY. Thanks. Oh and I am obviously new.
     

  2. SallyAnn

    SallyAnn Hatching

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    I unfortunately don't know about Kingston, but do you have a local source for chicks, or would you be interested in sharing an order?

    Thanks!
     
  3. rancher hicks

    rancher hicks Crowing 9 Years

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    What "town" do you live in? Or county? Google that and then check for zoning and codes or ordinances. Oh and one other thing, different parts of a town can have different zoning regulations. So they can vary by "address".
     
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  4. sweetkingston

    sweetkingston Hatching

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    Thank you. I ran searches for codes and didn't find it. Looked at zoning and found it. It looks like as long as they are confinedsithin fencing to prevent them getting away I'll be ok. Probably won't start this spring as I'm not prepared but might be ready by next spring.
     

  5. SandraMort

    SandraMort Songster

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    HIHIHI!!!! I'm in Kingston, too!! What are you planning to raise? What have you learned? I couldn't find any information online. I only have room for coturnix, though.

    Sandra
     
  6. SandraMort

    SandraMort Songster

    Jul 7, 2008
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    Oh, duh. You said chickens. Sorry.

    Where in Kingston are you? My midtown Kingston yard is about 18 inches by 12 inches!!!
     
  7. SandraMort

    SandraMort Songster

    Jul 7, 2008
    ny
    I'd love to see the actual laws that you found, if you kept the links, in case it covers quail.
     

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