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Urban chickens cause flap among owner, neighbors, county
The Daily Progress Sunday, November 25, 2012 at 12:01 a.m.

Alexander “A.J.” Miller bought the chickens to teach his son about sustainability. His Albemarle County neighbors complained about the sustained stench.

Now Miller is going to court to fight to keep his dozen cluckers after being ordered to get rid of them. It’s the kind of clash that’s becoming more common as the phenomenon of urban chicken-raising grows.

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