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The State Duma proposed to determine the number of chickens that can be kept in the country KXan 36 Daily News

Date: July 18, 2024 Time: 11:26:11

According to the State Duma deputy, Chairman of the Union of Summer Residents of the Moscow Region, Nikita Chaplin, amendments to the law on horticulture are being prepared, which will indicate the permissible number of farm animals that citizens can keep in gardens and garden plots. “I plan to discuss this initiative with representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture,” Chaplin said.

Remember that keeping chickens and rabbits in country houses for personal needs has been officially allowed since the middle of last year. The main thing is that the conditions established by the urban regulations of the territorial area where the plot is located are observed.

“It is also a prerequisite to comply with veterinary, sanitary and epidemiological norms and rules. Simply put, you can raise chickens and rabbits for yourself, not for commercial purposes, if you comply with the laws of the land, do not interfere with your neighbors and meets all the necessary hygiene requirements,” Nikita Chaplin previously explained to Rossiyskaya Gazeta. The deputy also clarified that it is impossible to keep a kennel in summer houses. And to put beehives at your summer cottage, coordination with the general meeting will be required.

At the same time, the deputy does not rule out that in some cases it is possible to allow summer residents to engage in agriculture. For this, too, it is necessary to finalize the horticulture law. “For example, if a citizen owns a lot in the SNT and wants to use it to raise chickens and sell eggs, then an additional procedure to obtain a special permit and pay an additional tax to the SNT, which will go to the needs of the society, you can present it”, explained the deputy.

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