Hot Hens in the City?

Keeping chickens in the District is not allowed, but The Washington Post reports on anonymous locals who hide henhouses in their backyards. Fresh eggs in the morning sounds great, but hiding a chicken coop in DC seems like a huge hassle. In Baltimore, residents can have up to four hens (no roosters, ducks, geese, or ostriches), in a coop at least 25 feet away from a neighbor's residence. Even if allowed, would you keep chickens in the city? Survey below the jump...

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Click here to read The Washington Post article "Hot Chicks; Legal or Not, Chickens Are the Chic New Backyard Addition." Click here to read "Tight Laws Put Many Local Areas Behind Trend" on the different chicken restrictions in the DC area.

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