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Mmanist

Crowing
Jul 20, 2018
1,312
5,047
326
Ohio
My Coop
NW Ohio here. Just south of Toledo. Any idea where I can post to rehome some roosters? Already posted on the "free needs to be rehomed" forum. Anywhere else?
How far are you from columbiana county? Rogers sales, has small animal sale every Thursday evening through friday evening
 
NW Ohio here. Just south of Toledo. Any idea where I can post to rehome some roosters? Already posted on the "free needs to be rehomed" forum. Anywhere else?
NW Ohio here. Just south of Toledo. Any idea where I can post to rehome some roosters? Already posted on the "free needs to be rehomed" forum. Anywhere else
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Try Facebook, there are several groups for chickens that are in northwest ohio
 

Stephie-Pie

Chirping
Dec 25, 2020
32
107
53
Camden, OH
Moving to CAMDEN! Anyone else have BYC there? Im havin' one heck of a time finding the ordinances in regards to BYC keeping. So far, it seems like there is nothing saying I cant! But I want to be sure before I start my constructing a coop.
 

FlyingNunFarm

Enabler
May 28, 2015
5,950
33,847
1,057
Chesterland, OH
My Coop
Moving to CAMDEN! Anyone else have BYC there? Im havin' one heck of a time finding the ordinances in regards to BYC keeping. So far, it seems like there is nothing saying I cant! But I want to be sure before I start my constructing a coop.
Your best bet is to call the zoning inspector. They know all the answers. You can give a general area you looking at if you don’t want to give a specific address.
 

AgnesGray

Crowing
Mar 8, 2019
1,038
3,132
276
Ohio, US
My Coop
Moving to CAMDEN! Anyone else have BYC there? Im havin' one heck of a time finding the ordinances in regards to BYC keeping. So far, it seems like there is nothing saying I cant! But I want to be sure before I start my constructing a coop.
I second the advice to contact the zoning inspector, but I will also say that every house we looked at when shopping in that area either had chickens or the neighbors did. My guess is that if you have an acre (maybe more or maybe less), you most likely will be allowed chickens. Good luck!
 

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