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What is the Strangest Pet You Have Ever Owned?

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The town of Warren is pushing an ordinance that would regulate the owning of chickens, roosters and other farm animals.

According to NJ.com,

A draft ordinance would not allow chickens on residential properties under 1.5 acres, according to a report in the Independent Press. A property of that size could have six chickens; for every additional one acre of land, another four chickens could be added. The chickens would not be permitted to run loose.

The ordinance also would ban roosters from living people’s properties in Warren — except for “visiting roosters,” which are allowed visiting rights to chicken coups on a short-term basis.


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