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Originally posted by AllUrChips
its illegal in denver to own them.
Originally posted by AnIntellectualRedneck
Most of the population lives in an urban area. Where in God's name am I supposed to keep chickens when I live in an apartment complex? Magically come up with 10k and buy some land?
Originally posted by ldyserenity
reply to post by Starwise
I totally agree!
Not to mention one Cow would be milk for a family. But don't even go there you can't drink raw milk...I always wanted to own my own land and have my chickens, cows, pigs, and crops, but just try without jumping through literal hoops!!!edit on 10-12-2011 by ldyserenity because: to pluralize
Originally posted by Starwise
reply to post by MaMaa
Its easy to pasteurize if you wanted too. I have some friends with some goats that they milk twice a day, and they get about 1/2 gallon. I personally have never tried goat milk but I know there are some tricks to making it sweet...
Originally posted by The GUT
I've traded city living for country living for the foreseeable future. My pop and I built a nice big walk-in coop with roosts and bought chickens at trade day.
But some predator was literally pulling them to pieces through the chicken wire! We have fox, coyote, and coons around here and I'm guessing weasels too from the bloody utter chicken armageddon done that day.
The once proud coop is growing grass inside it and even a year later there are stray chicken feathers about. Them advertising cows from Chick-fil-A don't know real terror.
Any advice? I want some chickens.