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Jonesboro, Arkansas Chicken Laws

Jonesboro, Arkansas Chicken Ordinance

 

Are Chickens Allowed in this location

Domestic animals when used herein shall include cats, water fowl, gallinaceous birds which include chickens, guinea, peafowl, pheasants, quail partridges and turkeys, goats, sheep, horses and cattle over three (3) months of age, both male and female. 

Max Chickens Allowed

It shall be unlawful for any person to own or possess more than five (5) domestic animals except cattle and horses, at any one time. 

Roosters Allowed

It shall be unlawful to harbor or keep any animal or fowl which disturbs the peace and quiet by loud, unusual or obnoxious noises at any time of the day or night. (Ord. No. 952, Art. 1, Sec. 3.) 

Permit Required N/A
Coop Restrictions

No person shall cause or allow any stable or place where any animal is or may be kept to become unclean or unwholesome. (Ord. No. 952, Art. 1, Sec. 6.) 

City/Organization Contact name Jonesboro, AR (Craighead Co)
Additional Information

Title 6, Animals and Fowl; ORDINANCE NO.952    

Link for more Information http://records.jonesboro.org/Code%20of%20Ordinances/Title%206.pdf
Information Last Updated N/A

 

 

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