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San Diego may allow chickens, goats in backyards

November 16, 2011 |  4:33 pm

San Diego city officials are considering easing farming rules for people living in residential areas, allowing them to grow more crops and keep some types of livestock.

The proposed rules would allow some residents to sell crops they grow in their backyards and keep such livestock as chickens and goats.

Officials said 15 chickens and two pygmy goats would be the maximum livestock allowed in backyards.

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-- Jamie Chambers, Fox 5 San Diego

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