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This whole BEACON CHICKEN thing is getting too funny....Look what I found on the web....

 OK. So who owns it? lol How do I contribute to the content? Come on, fess up!

 http://beaconchicken.com/

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Comment by K9 on November 12, 2013 at 6:30am

That may just be the answer to this overrated chicken issue..how about a pet fox? Maybe I could hook up a pen/den for the one I have roaming around...feed it..nurture it.  (Cycle of nature here with all the Earthy Crunchies' ideas..survival of the fittest)..Hey maybe Beacon will be on National Geographic instead of in the NY TImes....Are we allowed to have them as pets (fox) in Beacon????  LOL..

Comment by Ben Royce on November 11, 2013 at 6:27am

Any opinions on beehives?

I was thinking about trying to set one up.

Comment by K9 on November 10, 2013 at 8:26pm
Ok and I grew up with a rabbit cage outside on stilts..and guess what..had to get rid of it..why..it attracted RATS..as did our neighbors compost pile.
All this is great if someone is indeed a mile away but not in neighborhoods whete you are in close proximity to your neighbor..that is not idyllic
Comment by Elaine russo on November 10, 2013 at 5:24pm
Vermin thing is not over blown! As to restaurants also attracting vermin that is why I did not buy a house near one! Small lots are not appropriate for chicken farming! Some reasonable rules are needed.
Comment by Ben Royce on November 10, 2013 at 2:00pm

I grew up with a coop in the back yard. With roosters. Nearest neighbor was a mile away through a swamp so it was possible, but not advised: roosters are annoying as heck.

It was nice to go out in the morning, rummage under the hens, carry some eggs back inside, clean them off, crack them and drop them directly into the iron skillet (sometimes there was a speck of blood in the middle of the egg: sorry chicken embryo, and another problem with having roosters around).

That, and the fresh goat milk: it was idyllic. It's actually an aspect of an enjoyable life to be more intimately involved with where your food comes from. When people talk about growing/ raising your own food, they talk about economics, awareness, environment, etc.: to me, it's just an aspect of the good relaxing life. (Well, except for the fox raids in the middle of the night.)

As long as there are no roosters and it is kept clean, it's not a problem. The vermin angle is overblown, your average restaurant out back is just as dirty if not dirtier than a chick coop.

Comment by K9 on November 10, 2013 at 7:43am

Serious business where? In Kansas Dorothy?  LOL(Ben that statement isn't aimed at you)..This whole thing is out of control here..Watching the council meeting..people stating how wonderful it is to see their 3 year old eating an egg out of someones back yard???  This is what we are focusing on? LOLOLOL,,God help us all...and the Council giving this this much air time? HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Comment by Ben Royce on November 8, 2013 at 11:58am

Chickens: serious business

http://www.businesschicken.com/

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