The folks of the booming town of Taylorstown, Va. are steaming. It seems this city that has gone from a quiet 3,216 residents in 2000 has gained 400 people over the past three years and because of a recent section of road being paved, is losing a number of their old residents. Chickens are being hit on a regular basis when trying to cross (bring on the jokes) Taylorstown Road. The solution? Put up chicken crossing signs to tell motorists to slow down. And if that doesn't work? I'd suggest building better fences. I've heard of free range chickens but this is the result of too much freedom.
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