Perhaps you are in a fowl mood this morning. Too much turkey, pie and pinot noir has made your stomach sour and your head hurt. Well then, don't even consider how much worse things would be if you had to get up a to feed your cluckin' chickens.
Then again, maybe you'd like it. Lots of people like chickens, even city dwellers, and the city of
The urban chicken movement has taken flight across the country, as the Longmont Times-Call outlined in this story. In
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The rules on whether people can keep them here are somewhat confusing, but that hasn't stopped the Denver Botanic Gardens from offering classes on how to care for an urban flock, as Westword's Joel Warner reported earlier this year in Clucked Up and Clucky Charm (second item).
Stay tuned. It's a issue that just won't fly the coop. -- Jonathan Shikes