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How Many Chickens Should I Keep? Chickens are sociable creatures, so plan to keep three to six birds. With this amount, you'll always have a steady supply of eggs, since an adult hen lays about two eggs every three days, on average.
The city ordinance allows a resident to have up to six chickens within Tulsa city limits.
People can now own five dogs or cats over four months of age. Previously, no more than three of the five animals could be dogs.
"Tulsa allows six chickens," Myers said. "There is no restriction on roosters. However, if roosters are an annoyance to your neighbors, they can fall under the ordinance laws and the city can ask you to re-home your roosters."
Animal Count: Updates the number of pets allowed to live in one household to five dogs or cats over the age of four months. Previously, no more than three of the five animals could be dogs.
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The city ordinance allows a resident to have up to six chickens within Tulsa city limits.
Who needs a business license? Almost every company with an income stream will be required to have some type of business license, permit or registration in order to operate legally, in full compliance with government regulations. Some licenses are required of all businesses operating within a jurisdiction.
Can I raise chickens in my backyard? A:Yes, you can raise chickens in a backyard that has enough space for your coop and pen. Each chicken needs at least 3 square feet of space in their coop and an additional 10 square feet of space in their pen.
The city ordinance allows a resident to have up to six chickens within Tulsa city limits.
"Tulsa allows six chickens," Myers said. "There is no restriction on roosters. However, if roosters are an annoyance to your neighbors, they can fall under the ordinance laws and the city can ask you to re-home your roosters."

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