I'm dismayed at the tone of the comments regarding Server's recent article on urban chickens. Server is writing a FOOD column--dogs, cats, guinea pigs are not food (in Pittsburgh)--of course she didn't compare the number of chickens given to shelters to the number of dogs. Perhaps her article was simply encouraging responsible, thoughtful and well-researched decisions. Anyone willing to raise a chicken in an unconventional setting is probably well-intentioned, and could benefit from this kind of information being made widely available in a column like this. Server is writing a 300 word piece, not a 3000 word piece. Some of the comments here are actually equal to or longer than the column itself. This is meant to be a snapshot, not the definitive text on urban chickens. I would hate to be stuck in a coop with some of the angry, angry readers here. *cluck-cluck*
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