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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by Naztrain, Jan 12, 2007.
I am in the Provo Utah area. Anyone else in my state as of now?
Im near Salt Lake City, Utah
just joined. anyway I live in northern utah in riverside just north of tremonton.
riverside? Hey that's the exit I get off to go to what used to be Belmont hot springs. I love it up there! I live in downtown salt lake city. Not just salt lake but downtown. I'm legal with my chickens!
You're in downtown SLC and have chickens? That's cool!
Yep, I can't even say sugarhouse. I'm clear downtown. The only requirements for having chickens here are you have to have a permit and your coop has to be 50 feet from your house or anyone else's house. Since the lots downtown are long and narrow and the houses are built right at the front of the lot, we had plenty of room. We even had a chicken coop inspection and we passed with flying colors. I have one neighbor I'm worried about. He complains about everything, but I'm legal and I double tripple checked before I got the chickens so I think he'll just have to learn to share our eggs. Hopefully that'll be enough for him to get over it.
ok, I have a problem. One of my darling hens has started to cockadoodledoo.
I've posted him on ksl and craigslist but would really like to find him a good home rather then have him barbequed.. Does anyone want him?
I'm in Heber. Just moved here from Pleasant Grove a year ago.
OK, I am NOT in Utah, but we will be there this weekend for my nephew's baby blessing!! And DH and I are BYU grads, so I still feel a little bit Utahn. I'm majorly jonesing for a Hart's stop! (we always get the huge Diet Cokes and some Sweedish Fish!). My dad lives in Cedar Hills (Alpine area) and my sister lives in "Amarkan Fark" (or, for those outside Utah, "American Fork"). LOL! My SIL lives in Provo, and we have several friends around there, too The rest of the family lives here in So. Cal, but we get up to Utah at least once or twice a year (usually for conference/Education Week/or whenever somebody has a baby!)