Raising Chickens

Keeping of chickens in Ann Arbor

»Posted by on May 15, 2015 in Raising Chickens | 0 comments

In June of 2008, Ann Arbor City Council passed an Ordinance allowing city residents to have up to 4 hens (no roosters) in a coop, no closer than 40′ from the nearest neighbors living quarters. Since then there have been some modifications to allow residents to apply for a 2-bird permit or a 6-bird permit (which are not for an indefinite amount of time and so need to be re-applied for regularly). If you are a resident of Ann Arbor check for the latest update to the ordinance here – if you are not a resident you can get an idea of the sorts of things you might need to agree to in a chicken keeping ordinance (and perhaps use it as a model if you are trying to get an ordinance passed in your own area) : 9:42. – Keeping of chickens. (1) Any person who...

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Baby chicks – Raising Chickens

»Posted by on Jul 23, 2011 in Raising Chickens | 0 comments

Raising Chickens is really fun, here are some photographs of our new baby...

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Raising New Baby Chickens

»Posted by on Jul 23, 2011 in Raising Chickens | 0 comments

Here my some photos of our new baby chickens. Another photo of our lovely new chicks. And another… And another lovely photo of our brand new chicks – only a few days...

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Raising Chickens New Chicks

»Posted by on Jul 23, 2011 in Raising Chickens | 0 comments

Here are some photos of our new chicks with their mother on our lawn! Raising chickens is lots of fun! Free range baby chicks roaming around our garden with their...

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Raising chickens is fun and healthy

»Posted by on Jul 21, 2011 in Raising Chickens | 0 comments

Raising chickens can be lots of fun. Feeding them every day and giving them fresh water is very fulfilling. Then once they have laid some lovely eggs you can enjoy these delicious treats. Fried eggs, scrambled eggs, poached eggs, boiled eggs. How about an omelette?

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Chicks

»Posted by on Jul 20, 2011 in Raising Chickens | 0 comments

Our six new chicks

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