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Yard Too Small for Chickens? Council Debates New Rules

There are 1 comment on the Patch.com story from Oct 9, 2013, titled Yard Too Small for Chickens? Council Debates New Rules. In it, Patch.com reports that:

By D. Frank Smith In west Anne Arundel County, there's a growing interest in buying local, and many families have considered raising chickens to get fresh eggs.

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Barbara

Odenton, MD

#1 Oct 10, 2013
I do not want to raise any animals, chicken, dogs or reptiles. However, families who would like to raise chickens in their small yard to get fresh organic eggs should be permitted to do so. If you allow people to raise dogs or horses in their small yard, one must be allowed to raising his or her chickens, too, as long as they have appropriate chicken house to lay their eggs.

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