The Rules of Husbandry 

Regulations on raising and slaughtering animals vary widely in the East Bay. Here's what you should know.

The growth of the urban agricultural movement has prompted municipalities across the United States to reexamine their policies regarding urban livestock. The benefits of growing produce locally have been widely touted. But raising animals has proven to be far more contentious, given…

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