by Hudson Star-Observer
June 5, 2013 at 3:17 am in Hudson Star-Observer
Maybe it was fate. Monday, June 3, was National Egg Day, the spokespersons for Hudson Urban Chickens said at the start of their presentation to the City Council that evening. Continue Reading
Tags: communities, Government, hudson 6 Comments »
A good move by the city fathers. The taste of a fresh , really fresh egg, compares to none.
4-H projects help kids learn life lessons about RESPONSIBLE animal care.
I am guessing that it will also spur conversation amongst neighbors and the local kids.
It is amazing how many people have never seen an eggs getting laid. Makes you appreciate your food.
Enjoy your eggs and cute ‘lil chickies folks!
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oops, it should have read an EGG (single) getting laid
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It passed. ……..the right of the people to keep and rear chickens, shall not be infringed.
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I’m gonna get a cow and a sheep! My neighbor says he’s getting a couple of goats. That way, we won’t left out in Hudson’s desire to bring back life in the 19th century.
Hot debate. What do you think? 11 20
Go ahead, but you will probably get fined. Only chickens are allowed.
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Come done to the Phoenix metro area and see what type of animals people have here. Goats, sheep, chickens, ducks, horses, donkeys, zebras, or anything you could thin of. Google up a map of the Phoenix area (google’s map) locate where highway 101 and Warner Rd. meet at the Chandler/Tempe border and see all the horse properties. There are horse properties all over the valley. Just north of downtown Phoenix even have horse properties. I don’t know any city here that does not. We were sitting at a bar on Baseline Rd. in Phoenix by the South Mountain Park just south of the airport and 2 guys come riding up on horses.
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