Prepare yourself, this is not what you think. I live in the country and love my flock. My business is in a rural town and has ordinances that do not allow chickens or other fowl. Fine for now, until I want to retire to town I guess. BUT there is a "minority" family that refuses to obey any city ordinances and calls DISCRIMINATION if anyone says anything about anything such as their 6 foot tall deck with no railing or their hording of pit bulls. Well, they have chickens this year. And while I applaud people having laying hens in town, I don't see the reason for a crowing roo in town. The city is scared. They always are. My ploy for the weekend is to build a small coop in the front lawn of my shop and put 2 roo's in there. (they are brothers who have been cooped together for a year already (no fighting)). Should I do it??? I will either A) get rid of the illegal chickens in town and be a hero OR B) Just be an @ss and get myself in trouble. Anyone else been in this position? I can either ignore this or get involved. If it was law abiding people I would just defend their right to have hens, but obviously, they just want to do what they want. In that case I feel I should also make an example of our city's enforcement of the laws by trying to do the same. (illegal activity) It has been over a month and nothing has been "officially" done.