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Immigration officers literally cut short the stay of a group of foreigners after a raid at an "abattoir." The foreigners, believed to be illegal immigrants, were so engrossed in slaughtering chickens that they were unaware of the officers' presence
Make a small portion for one or two, or break out the big cast iron for Sunday brunch. We've had a surplus of fresh eggs around here lately thanks to my sister-in-law and Yancey's co-worker. God bless all those loving souls who build cozy chicken
Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: February 16, 2014 , 4:47 p.m. California's egg-laying hens soon will come home to more comfy roosts. Voters in 2008 approved a statewide initiative requiring that cages have plenty of room for
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Only a week ago our neighbour asked us to look after her two brown and black hens. All we had to do was to check their food and water and replenish if needed. If we wanted to give them a bit of exercise, they would potter on the lawn while we read
John Lentfer, 14, is gathering support and donations for his plan to build a new chicken coop at Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm in Cupertino. John, an assistant senior patrol leader with Boy Scout Troop 75, is working with farm founder and class of 1999
An Aurora city committee Tuesday forwarded the issue of chickens in residential areas to the full City Council for consideration at an upcoming meeting. The committee decided to support several proposals that would allow residents to own up to four
HE earned his money risking his life serving in Iraq and Afghanistan but "professional" thieves have robbed this soldier of his life savings.
Police arrested a woman accused of refusing to leave a Coos Bay home and then offering sexual favors to sheriff's deputies in exchange for her release from custody. The Coos County Sheriff's Office says 50-year-old Janet LaGasse was arrested Tuesday
on this tour visitors get an insight into the bathroom habits of Vikings and Romans. A Victorian toilet and Viking cesspits are featured, as is the chance to examine pottery shards believed to have been used as "bottom scrapers."