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Discussion in 'Non Photography Chat Forum' started by keanmu, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. keanmu

    keanmu Here a lot

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    Right oh, it seems you can keep chickens, goats and sheep (and llamas) with out needing any permission, license or permit. There are some very sketchy rules about how much land they must have........more the goats and sheep but to be honest it's not as strict and as governed as the UK. I'm not suggesting you have 10 goats and sheep in a 2 meter square plot but unless you're SERIOUSLY risking their health and well being (and if anyone actually chooses to give a damn) then you'll be left in peace.

    I'm still working on pigs and cows. Pigs I think are OK but not convinced cows are. Give me a few more days.

    Kam
     
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    bump cause you obviously haven't seen it
     
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    sibo Well-Known Member

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    thank youuuuuuu yup i missed it. Cool they will have plenty of land we are looking at buying at least over a acre more near to two acres for about 10-15 chickens, 2 pigs and not sure on the last, i would love a cow but lets start small eh lol.

    Thank you very much for this.
     

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