Well, after owning poultry here for 5+ years they are all gone. My neighbor moved in when I had my ducks and chickens. They didn't seem upset by it, their kids fed them and the lady always came to the fence to ask me about them. Their was a complaint filed later on, we checked into it and found out the same neighbor is the one who complained. So I confronted them and asked them what exactly the problem was? I kept the yard clean, they didn't bother them, they weren't noisy? I have never kept roosters cause I didn't want to cause any tension between the neighbors. I was told her husband filed the complaint because of personal issues with one of my family members. It had nothing to do with me or my animals! I don't know why they threw me into it, I guess they just wanted to hurt someone. To make a long story short I got rid of my ducks and all but my bantam cochin hen which I kept in the house. I kept it that way for a long time but since she was lonely I decided to order the eggs from Jordan that I posted about back in July. I was only planning on keeping one of the hens and giving the rest away to good homes.I had a lady interested in 3 of the pullets and she told me she would update me frequently and said I could visit them whenever. Well I just found out her dog killed 2 of the pullets, one that I really liked and wanted to keep myself. I'm not even sure I want updates anyore after that, it just made me sick to my stomach! I took 3 more chickens to their new homes yesterday and all I have left now is my bantam cochin, Rocky and the pullet I really wanted to keep. Well we just got a ticket stating I had to cease all chickens off the property by Oct. 13th. The neighbor is complaining again, I'm not even sure why, and I really don't want to know. Instead of fighting it and being selfish to the hens I'm just giving them to good homes where they can be part of a flock. I'm just really tired of these people and don't want to associate with them at all anymore. I was wondering about the seramas. I heard they are small enough to keep in a big cage indoors. I'm gonna miss my chickens but if I could keep a couple seramas indoors I would like to do that.. Although I hear their hard to hatch from some people I would like to try. Idk I guess I just need more time to think it through before jumping into it. Sorry for the rant.