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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
I'm in Pennsylvania!!!!!
I am From South Central..........I was starting to wonder if there was anyone from Pa on here!!!!!! It would be nice to know if anyone was close to me. I am located in New Paris Pa, close to Altoona, and Johnstown. Any of you know if there are poultry shows or events to go to in Pa. Or Close???????? I am very interested in going to some.
oops, sorry, I've been busy...
Valencia PA (just north of Pittsburgh, PA)
And looking for a few purebred Ameraucana chicks......
Berks County - Marion Township (just North of Womelsdorf)
6 hens, 1 rooster, 1 guinea fowl
Looking to add to my chicken family.
Western Pa, also! I'm not far from you 1/2DozenWings. I may have Ameraucana chicks in the spring (If the freeloaders ever start laying!)
SW Pennsylvania..... Ingomar, close to both FLF and 1/2DozenWings
Hey, I grew up in Franklin Park! And went to Ingomar Middle. Small world!
sad news for a neighbors in DE:
Backyard chickens are still illegal in New Castle County -- for now.
County Council voted 10-3 on Tuesday against a law that would allow keeping as many as six chickens on residential lots of a half-acre to one acre. Council wants to keep intact the county's property maintenance code which prohibits farm animals on residentially zoned lots of less than an acre. The new law would have made an exception for chickens.
The vote capped months of debate raised by Hockessin resident Kathleen Hildebrand, who appealed for a change in the law so she could keep a backyard flock as part of her commitment to a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. Hildebrand wants the fresh, chemical-free eggs her hens provide.
Proponents said allowing backyard chickens would give residents a chance to participate in urban farming, a movement to help city dwellers and suburbanites grow their own food to ensure its healthfulness, live greener and cope with the recession. But opponents said the proposal would put a burden on neighborhoods, especially those with deed restrictions against farm animals.
from the Wilmington News Journal (www.delawareonline.com)