Hens for Houston

A movement to keep Houston current by allowing the raising of chicken hens on city lots

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  • Barred Rocks are generally calm hens which lay light to medium brown, slightly pinkish large eggs.
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Information from Hens for Houston:

-THE PETITION: Download PDF. Please notify hensforhouston@gmail.com if you will be distributing. Return scanned copies to hensforhouston@gmail.com or mail to Hens for Houston; PO Box 540662; Houston 77254

Flyers
-The half page flier to distribute to anyone interested learning more about Hens for Houston: Download PDF.
-The full pages to distribute to anyone interested learning more about Hens for Houston: Download PDF.
-Colorful flyer Download PDF
-Black and white version of the Colorful flyer Download PDF
-Flyer about the usefulness of chickens Download PDF
-Flyer about small flocks of chickens Download PDF
-Flyer with cities that allow chickens on city size lotsDownload PDF
-Flyer on why to have chickens Download PDF

-The current ordinance in 2 pages. Download PDF.

-An anaylsis of the costs to raise chickens in Houston: Download PDF.

-If you have lost or are about to lose your chickens: FAQ.

For those interested in starting their own small flock, there are a number of excellent sources for answers to your questions:

-The best forum on the web for raising backyard chickens.
A list of publications from leading agriculture universities about small flock poultry management.
-Chicken art: Funky coops, chicken deity.

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