We don't, but my in-laws do. They love them and the eggs are awesome! In our community you are allowed to have 12 hens but you cannot have a rooster, so you need to buy the breed of chicken that can lay eggs without a rooster.
Our neighborhood is zoned agriculture so there are not only chickens but also a few goats and horses! We don't have any but our neighbor across the street does keep a large flock. We often exchange papayas and avocados from our yard for fresh eggs. Chicken manure is an excellent fertilizer!
i used to before my health got to bad. i loved the bantys most...and the turkeys. i learned to love turkeys like any dog or cat, they are so affectionate and curious about all you are doing. i loved to watch the chickens eating...that was a relaxing, comforting thing to do for me. and as for eggs...nothing beats turkey eggs...you dont even need to cook them in butter, they taste like they have butter in them already )
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by Phil Plasma6 years ago
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