Kansas City public art administrator Porter Arneill, his wife, Cheryl Herzog-Arneill, and 7-year-old daughter Lainey keep three chickens in a coop that Porter built in the backyard of their Waldo home. The chickens are (from left) Aida, a Silver Laced Wyandotte, Ruby, a Buff Orpington, and Sarah, a white Ameraucana.
Kansas City public art administrator Porter Arneill, his wife, Cheryl Herzog-Arneill, and 7-year-old daughter Lainey keep three chickens in a coop that Porter built in the backyard of their Waldo home. The chickens are (from left) Aida, a Silver Laced Wyandotte, Ruby, a Buff Orpington, and Sarah, a white Ameraucana. David Pulliam The Kansas City Star
Kansas City public art administrator Porter Arneill, his wife, Cheryl Herzog-Arneill, and 7-year-old daughter Lainey keep three chickens in a coop that Porter built in the backyard of their Waldo home. The chickens are (from left) Aida, a Silver Laced Wyandotte, Ruby, a Buff Orpington, and Sarah, a white Ameraucana. David Pulliam The Kansas City Star

Porter Arneill: Public art administrator, chicken coop builder

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