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Case Study: Backyard Chickens
Transcript of Case Study: Backyard Chickens
-Macleans, 2012 Human Health (-) 1. Salmonella, Bird Flu
2. Odor, Hay
4. Attraction of Other Animals Industrial Eggs "Many CLUCK members also have ethical objections to commercial egg-producing methods. Backyard flocks have more room and natural sunlight than most commercial operations, they argue, and hens can engage in normal behavior like dust baths and chasing bugs."
- Macleans, 2012 Human Health (+) 1. Egg Quality
3. Bugs City Resources Pets? What do you do when chickens stop laying? What is our responsibility to these animals? 1. Chicken Shelters
2. Bylaw Enforcement
3. Euthanasia Education Bibliography Alcoba, N. (2012, January 25). Toronto backyard chickens: No legal hens anytime soon as council defers study | Posted Toronto | National Post. National Post. Retrieved September 26, 2012, from http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/01/25/no-legal-backyard-chickens-for-toronto-anytime-soon-as-committe-defers-study/
Chickens in Vancouver. (n.d.). Chickens in Vancouver. Retrieved September 26, 2012, from http://www.chickensinvancouver.com/
Davis, A. (2012, March 12). Is keeping hens in the city a charter right? - Canada - Macleans.ca. Macleans.ca. Retrieved September 26, 2012, from
Egg Famers of Canada Overview. (2012). Ottawa: Egg Famers of Canada.
Learn the rules for backyard chickens, and register your chickens with the City. (n.d.). City of Vancouver. Retrieved September 26, 2012, from vancouver.ca/people-programs/backyard-chickens.aspx Case Study: Backyard Chickens