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Would It Bother You If Your Neighbors Had Chickens?

It is hard to save money while eating healthy. Organic products are more expensive, fruits and vegetables can be expensive too. My family always plants a garden to try and save money during the summer on fruits and vegetables, some people are even growing their own beef and raising their own chickens. All of these things are great unless you live in city limits. Let’s face it…a small garden in your back yard is no big deal, but if you live in a subdivision and you have a chicken coop your neighbors may complain about the smell and the noise that chickens tend to make. Then again, this is Idaho, and as long as you share your eggs with your neighbor it might not be a big deal.

 

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