Backyard Hens for Virginia Beach(2017-02-05)
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First NameWhich district do you live in?AgeShould the city of Virginia Beach consider amending the City Code to allow citizens living in certain residential zones to own and keep hens (no roosters) in their backyards?If there are specific requirements to have chickens would you be in favor?Below are examples of some specific restrictions that have been proposed, please select the ones you would support:Would you consider having chickens yourself?If passed how many chickens do you feel should be allowed?What are your concerns with backyard hens:Additional Comments:
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WesPrincess Anne45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
Yes4-6Space
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Noise
Property Values
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SarahRose Hall25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Yes6+Cleanliness
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MarcyLynnhaven35-44 years oldNoNo, I do not think backyard hens should be permittedNo
Space
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
In Home Businesses
Noise
Property Values
Dogs killing chickens!!
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teresaBayside45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Moyock changed their regulations and now alllow up to 7 chickens. Sister has chickens for eggs only and loves it. Surprised they do not smell and are not loud. No roosters a definite
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JudithBayside25-34 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
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LorraineKempsville35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6Cleanliness
In Home Businesses
Noise
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TrishKempsville45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No roosters
Yes6+Hens make little to no noise. Dogs bark more than hens cluck. Cats and dogs kill wildlife. Cat and dog feces are more damaging to your yard/the water table. Property values would not decrease due to responsible hen ownership.
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SueBayside45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Noise
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MollyKempsville35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
Yes4-6Backyard chickens are great for children and pest control. I am strongly in favor of small flocks being allowed in VB.
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CoryBayside35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes6+Noise
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SamanthaLynnhaven18-24 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6
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MarkBayside35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsA minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
No roosters
No selling of eggs or meat
Yes4-6Cleanliness
In Home Businesses
Property Values
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SarahBayside25-34 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6
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LauraRose Hall45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6Space
Cleanliness
Noise
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SandeepPrincess Anne25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsYes6+Space
Cleanliness
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JessicaBayside25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes2-3
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ElizabethBayside25-34 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Would love to have a small flock of 4 hens in a humane way instead of from large factory farms were the birds are mistreated.
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KennethBayside35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6
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CrystalBeach35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed propertyYes6+
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Dr. CarlyBayside25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsYes6+
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JianminBayside45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6
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TaraBayside35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Yes4-6Cleanliness
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ErinPrincess Anne25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes2-3
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KENNETHBayside65-74 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo roostersYes6+Space
Cleanliness
I don't understand the logic about forbidding backyard chickens, since dogs are not forbidden, but are much louder and and potentially dangerous.
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ZhavonRose Hall35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
No selling of eggs or meat
Yes4-6I'd be most concerned about the proper care of the hens
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RobinBayside35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Chicken are great pets and provide food
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HeatherBeach45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Yes4-6I have had chickens before and they are very easy to care for. I don't understand the big controversy. They are less of a nuisance than my neighbors dog sho is out 6-8 hours a day barking. Thanks for considering passing backyard hens in va beach.
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EricKempsville35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsA minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
No selling of eggs or meat
Yes2-3
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IreneKempsville45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo roosters
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Cleanliness
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LauraBayside45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Cleanliness
In Home Businesses
Noise
Other cities in Hampton Roads have already proved that homes can have chickens with no impact. It's time for Virginia Beach to catch up.
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Donna RaeKempsville45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6I have no reservations about backyard hens. Our neighboring cities all allow backyard hens within clearly stated guidelines. We are a community with strong agricultural ties; I'd much rather see a new provision allowing hens and promoting sustainability than the creation of a sportsplex resulting in increased traffic and parking problems, increased noise, and increased focus on consumerism.
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AmandaRose Hall25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsYes4-6Space
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JeriPrincess Anne45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
No6+Space
Cleanliness
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SharonBayside45-64 years oldNoMaybe, it would depend on the requirements
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
No4-6Space
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Noise
Property Values
First, we have very inconsiderate people who allow their dogs to bark at all times of the day and night. So chickens would just mean more noise. Second, rats are common and chickens would attract more rats. Third, our lot size is too small for chickens.
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MichaelRose Hall45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo roosters
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes2-3Volume of poop is less than cats or dogs, hens dont bark like dogs, they eat bugs, and can be friendly and a part a good community
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johnPrincess Anne45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
No selling of eggs or meat
Yes6+its about time to expose the truths and move off base with the excuses of why we cant.
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WallacePrincess Anne65-74 years oldNoNo, I do not think backyard hens should be permittedNo
Space
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
In Home Businesses
Noise
Property Values
Chickens are nasty. This is the city and its 2017 folks.
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BeverlyBayside65-74 years oldNoNo, I do not think backyard hens should be permittedMust pay a permit feeNo2-3Space
Noise
Property Values
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LouBeach45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsYes6+
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JenniferPrincess Anne35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
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SusanBayside45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes2-3Space
Cleanliness
Noise
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JamesPrincess Anne45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Cleanliness
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CarolLynnhaven45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Noise
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JonathanKempsville35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsHen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes6+Approval is long overdue. Chickens eat copious numbers of insects, even ticks. Thay are discreet and economical food producers.
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EnochKempsville45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
No4-6Cleanliness
Noise
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ElizabethRose Hall35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
No roostersYes2-3
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CraigBayside45-64 years oldNoNo, I do not think backyard hens should be permittedNoSpace
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
In Home Businesses
Property Values
Personally I believe live stock are for farms not residential areas.
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PaulineBeach18-24 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsHen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)No6+Cleanlinessit would make my mother very happy if she could have backyard hens
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AngelaPrincess Anne35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsA minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Noise
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LelandBayside25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo roostersYes4-6
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SarahLynnhaven35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsYes6+If I find I can't or don't want chickens, I see no reason why I shouldn't be able to buy the neighbors eggs.
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CherylCenterville35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
No4-6Cleanliness
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RobertLynnhaven25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsYes6+
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KariPrincess Anne35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Yes4-6Space
Cleanliness
Hens are no dirtier or noisy than dogs and serve a benefit to the family who keeps them. In this day and age when concerns about the origin of our food products are higher than ever, this would provide Virginia Beach residents with a sustainable option to feed themselves and their families.
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SarahBayside35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes2-3Cleanliness
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SharonPrincess Anne65-74 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
No selling of eggs or meat
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Odors would be a big concern. Hen houses/backyards would need to be free of accumulated chicken waste to prevent odors and fly breeding.
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BruceLynnhaven45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
No more than 6 hensYes4-6Cleanliness
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MadisonBayside18-24 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes6+Space
Cleanliness
Noise
I come a California where there is a lot of farming and I would love to be able to bring that here. Fresh eggs in the morning are amazing!
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JodyBayside35-44 years oldNoNo, I do not think backyard hens should be permitted
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
No2-3
Space
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
In Home Businesses
Noise
Property Values
If passed, people need to become licensed to own chickens. No chickens around schools.
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JessicaPrincess Anne35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo roostersYes4-6Noise
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AbbyBayside35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Noise
Another concern would be the following of said regulations.
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ErinRose Hall25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed propertyYes6+
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CeciliaPrincess Anne65-74 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Yes4-6Space
Cleanliness
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JamesBayside25-34 years oldYesNo, I do not think backyard hens should be permittedNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Yes4-6Should have the ability to do what I want on my property
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Jessica SpruillBayside25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Property Values
67
RandyKempsville45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsYes4-6Noise
Property Values
68
ScottPrincess Anne35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Space
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
In Home Businesses
69
MelissaPrincess Anne45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6Space
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
70
BrianBayside35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Yes6+Space
Cleanliness
In Home Businesses
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DonnaKempsville45-64 years oldNoNo, I do not think backyard hens should be permittedNo2-3Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Noise
Property Values
Chickens belong on farms I don't want to go in my yard and smell chickens a lot of people can't even keep their yards clean now we don't need to add to this problem
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MichelleLynnhaven45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
73
MegCenterville35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsRequirements for storage of chicken feedYes6+Home agriculture is good for the community. Encourage libraries to hold instructional classes on the care of chickens so preferred guidelines for chicken-owners are clear.
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HannahKempsville45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsA minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
Yes4-6
75
ErinLynnhaven25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo roostersYes4-6
76
JuliaBeach35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
77
MichellePrincess Anne35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo roosters
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6
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christinaRose Hall25-34 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Must pay a permit fee
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Noise
Chickens would have to be in a safe place where dogs or other animals could not get them. Person should also have to clean the hens home, so it doesn't start to stink up the backyard.
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CandiPrincess Anne45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
No4-6Cleanliness
Noise
80
MickaPrincess Anne35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Space
81
SarahPrincess Anne65-74 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Health Concerns
Noise
82
DianaBeach45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Health Concerns
Noise
83
AdrienneBayside45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsA minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
Yes4-6Space
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
84
JaniceLynnhaven45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
Yes4-6Cleanliness
85
ChristinePrincess Anne35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
No more than 6 hens
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
Yes4-6Cleanliness
Noise
Property Values
86
DannetteKempsville35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
Yes4-6Property Values
87
PatriciaCenterville45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
No4-6Space
Cleanliness
88
SusanBeach45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsYes6+I've always wanted backyard hens!!
89
JannaBeach35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes2-3Space
Cleanliness
Chickens must be able to free range in yard and must be put up in coop at night. No clipping of wings. Everything must be humane.
90
ElizabethLynnhaven35-44 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Yes2-3Cleanliness
91
CarriePrincess Anne35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
No more than 6 hens
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6
92
sharonBayside45-64 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6
93
ScottBayside45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
Yes4-6Space
Cleanliness
Health Concerns
94
MaryClareBeach25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsYes6+
95
AndrinaBayside45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
Yes4-6Cleanliness
In Home Businesses
Support this for eggs only, not for raising for slaughter
96
BrianPrincess Anne45-64 years oldYes
Yes, with certain requirements I would support backyard hens
No more than 6 hens
Hen house may not be closer than 20 feet to any abutting property
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
Must pay a permit fee
Requirements for storage of chicken feed
No4-6Cleanliness
Noise
97
piotrLynnhaven25-34 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsNo more than 6 hens
No roosters
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes4-6CleanlinessIt is ridiculous that backyard chickens are not legal. Please legalize as soon as possible
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RebeccaBeach18-24 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
A minimum fence height of 6 feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
No killing of chickens unless inside the enclosed property
Yes6+
99
DavidPrincess Anne35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirements
A minimum yard size of 7500 square feet
No more than 6 hens
No roosters
Hen house must be fully enclosed with ample space for the chicken(s)
No selling of eggs or meat
Yes4-6
100
ChristineBeach35-44 years oldYesYes, I would support with or without requirementsA minimum fence height of 6 feetYes6+
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