Jefferson County Kentucky Chicken Ordinance

Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes
Max Chickens Allowed5 non-crowers 0.5 acre
Roosters AllowedNo
Permit RequiredNo
Coop RestrictionsYes. Confinement, zoning, and sanitation ordinances apply.
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Additional Information(7) All livestock other than poultry as set forth in subsection (8), below shall be confined by a fence in good repair sufficient to prevent the animal(s) from leaving the owner\'s property. Livestock found not restrained by a fence in good repair and which present a threat to public safety may be removed and the owner charged with a violation of this section. (8) All crowing and non-crowing poultry must be kept on tracts or lots of at least .5 acres or more, unless a tract or lot is on less than .5 acres and only houses five or less non-crowing poultry, and no more than one crowing poultry in accordance with the remainder of this subsection. All crowing and non-crowing poultry shall be kept in a fence or structure of sufficient height and construction to prevent the animal(s) from leaving the owner\'s property. The fence or structure must be in good repair. All gates or doors to the fence or structure shall fit properly and shall be locked or secured by a latch. Poultry associated with an agricultural use shall not be subject to the restraint requirement as set forth herein.
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Information Last Updated2010-03-29 11:44:32

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