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Discussion in 'Local Chicken Laws & Ordinances' started by BigPeep, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. sbrown

    sbrown Chirping

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    Hard to believe that owning chickens that provide food could be a big deal fom some. I not saying you need 100 in your subdivision backyard but a small flock to me just seems reasonable. Of course I grew up in the country and it was just normal. I live on the edge of town now and my place private and not in a subdivision or anything. One does back up to me however. I told my neighbors if my roosters got to bothering them just let me know and I'd get rid of them. I didn't figure they would mind since they have yappy digs and this way it put the issue to bed right away. In fact they want eggs now. However, I just discovered that my county ordinances dont allow livestock including chickins in less than 2 acres which I don't quite have. Anything over a fraction of two acres and you can have 8 cows or 8 horses etc which is just plain stupid. Trying now to find out if this applys to all the county or only inside city limits. Bartow county Ga.
     
  2. Eggraiser

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    If any of you live near the twin cities and would like to not have as much hassle that the suburbs tend to give, let me know and I will help you find your little paradise!
     
  3. Windala

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    I live in Stockton CA and I'm having a hard time finding out if I can keep my chicks!! I guess I can always call city hall on monday.
     
  4. Katrina89

    Katrina89 Chirping

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    Thank you for this information! It is very helpful! <3

     

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