I think the right to raise/grow your own food should be added to the Bill of Rights. I think it's one of the most basic rights a person can have. Thinking on the subject I bet the founding fathers never added such a right because things were so different back then, that the idea that someone can't raise/grow their own food was so alien to them. All the posts I read on this forum about people being fined and being told they have to get rid of their chickens/livestock is so wrong. If you have the minimum required space for X number or chickens or livestock you should be able to have them, given you take care of the manure, etc. My brother used to live in a subdivision in Florida and he couldn't use his front yard for a garden. His kids played in the backyard were they were safer. It just boggles my mind all the dumb laws we have in this country. I give kudos to all those who have fought their city/town council and won the right to have chickens, etc.