What to consider before getting chickens

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In Utah it’s generally accepted “that which isn’t prohibited is lawful”. Unfortunately roosters are generally prohibited in Residential zones. Layton’s ordinance allows for hens (and only hens), though “dependent young” are usually seen as exempt from the regulation — until they start to crow. So, ix-nay on the oosters-ray, per ordinance. Your laws may vary.…

Are you on Obama’s Terror Watch List?

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Last week, Barack Obama’s message to the world was: “the United States is not and never will be at war with Islam.” Just because the majority of the attacks against “western-style” people are being committed by people with Islamic ties doesn’t mean Islam is to blame. Using the same logic, just because some criminals use…

Solicitation for Products/Services for Review

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If you are a manufacturer or reseller of high-tech and/or green/environmentally friendly products I would like to review products for you! I will fully disclose in my review whether or not you’re providing the product/service for “evaluation only” or “for keeps” and will not hold back praise and/or constructive criticism, as warranted by that which…

Restocked my Chicken Flock

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As some of you know, Syracuse City, Utah recently overhauled its Land Use Ordinance (Municipal Title X) which included a provision allowing R1 and R2 zoned residences to have chickens (hens) for eggs or meat-stock (AG zones aren’t prohibited from having chickens). This means that the bulk of residential properties (excluding town-homes, apartments, and some…