Yes! The City of Durham allows chickens! Currently the ordinance allows for hens only. No roosters are allowed within the city limits. All the information you will need to obtain a limited agricultural permit is here. (You will need to scroll down to Limited Agriculture Permits.) Keep in mind that your neighborhood's Homeowner's Association may have their own restrictions so it is best to check before you head to the store to buy chicken wire.

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Get the bird’s-eye view.The 2015 Bull City Coop Tour has been cancelled. There is a fairly serious threat of transmitting the Avian Bird Flu and we wanted to keep our chicks safe and be respectful to our coop owners that graciously invite us into their yards.

Eggalicious! is a showcase for local culinary creativity and local eggs. Participating restaurants will feature a local-egg dish the month of October, in honor of the Fifth Annual Bull City Coop Tour.

Living it up – sustainably. ChickenStock Festival is a free, fun and funky edu-party on October 17th at Central Park Elementary that brings the community together to learn about urban chicken-raising and sustainable living.

The Upcycled Crib Project is a new addition to the 5th Annual Bull City Coop Tour, Eggalicious, and ChickenStock after Party. Raffle tickets are available at Stone Brothers & Byrd.