Some Day A Chicken Will Be Able To Cross The Road And Not Be Asked Why

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Some Day A Chicken Will Be Able To Cross The Road And Not Be Asked Why. Just one of the many poultry sayings I've encountereed lately, as my winter "project" this year involves a flock of chickens. Yes, Chickens. Urban Chickens to be exact. Lo and behold, where I live has no regulations in regards to chickens. Except one ... don't be a nuisance. In chickenese that means no loud noises (cock a doodle doos), no nasty smell, and pretty much don't annoy the neighbors.

Our property is pretty much perfect for this project. Very private, wooded, neighbors are not too close, even though we smack dab in the middle of the city.

The coop doesn't even look like a real coop. More like a kids playhouse. And supposedly the chicks are all females, but only time will tell when it comes to that little caveat. Eggs in the Spring means hens and cockadoodle at 4:30am means roosters. Keeping my fingers crossed!

Toledo Chicken Coop  Urban Chickens

Urban chickens are sweeping the country. Do YOUR neighbors have any?

 

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Patricia Feager, MBA, CRS, GRI,MRP
DFW FINE PROPERTIES - Flower Mound, TX
Selling Homes Changing Lives

Dee,

I'll keep my fingers crossed for you too. With chickens and birds, you never really know what you're going to get.I once had a parakeet named Bob... he was a nice bird and then I discovered Bob started laying eggs and I had to change Bob's name to Betty.But at least I kept the bird indoors.

With chickens, it would be difficult to bring them inside if they become a nuisance. Good luck! I hope it all works out for you and if they become noisy, maybe you can take your neighbors some fresh eggs and they won't complain.

I like your chickens and your hen house - it's very nice!

Jan 27, 2013 05:27 PM