My partner and I have been together for 6 years, we made a joint decision to get a couple of chickens a year ago. We live on a friendly suburban housing estate, houses all around us. Every other morning about 8.30-9.30 the girls make a squarking noise because they are about to lay an egg. Once a week they make noise because they are hungry. It's about 30 seconds in total, we don't have roosters just happy girls that are quiet the rest of the time. They make happy clucking noises when they are scratching around but that's it. My partner has had a massive go at me this morning saying the chickens make too much noise and we will be evicted from our house because of the noise they make. Even though the dog next door barks at all hours of the day constantly, the children on the right of us are screaming when they play in the garden for hours and there is a guy who listens to loud music daily for hours on end. However this morning a neighbour on the other side of the close shouted "shut those chickens up" at 9.30 when flick (our silver Sussex) was announcing she was about to lay an egg. Now my partner has told me they have to go. I'm terribly upset and I love my girls dearly. What should I do?