Two hens await a harvesting class at SEEDS on April 29, 2017. The nonprofit held its first class to teach people who raise chickens how to humanely slaughter their birds for food. In Carrboro, the Board of Aldermen is reconsidering whether to allow backyard livestock slaughter. Mark Schultz mschultz@heraldsun.com
Two hens await a harvesting class at SEEDS on April 29, 2017. The nonprofit held its first class to teach people who raise chickens how to humanely slaughter their birds for food. In Carrboro, the Board of Aldermen is reconsidering whether to allow backyard livestock slaughter. Mark Schultz mschultz@heraldsun.com

More people are keeping chickens. Should they be allowed to kill them too?

November 22, 2017 01:55 PM