Monroe North Carolina Chicken Ordinance

By WOT · Jan 11, 2012 ·
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    Monroe North Carolina Chicken Ordinance

    Are Chickens Allowed in this locationYes
    Max Chickens Allowednot listed
    Roosters AllowedYes
    Permit RequiredNo
    Coop Restrictions100 ft from property line
    City/Organization Contact nameCity of Monroe 704 282 4700(animal control) 704 2825770(code enforcement)
    Additional InformationCONTAINMENT ANIMALS. Containment animals are animals that are usually enclosed in “houses” or open pens with high concentration of animals such as swine, chickens, rabbits, quail, turkeys, geese, ducks, guinea, fowl, pigeons and pheasants. only law seems to be not at large, slaughter, conditions AT LARGE. Off the premises of the owner, and not under the control of the owner or a member of his immediate family, or his properly designated agent, by leash, cord, chain or otherwise. § 91.02 RUNNING AT LARGE. It shall be unlawful for any person to permit any containment animal or livestock to run at large. (\'84 Code, §4-1) (Ord. passed 10-4-83; Am. Ord. O-1999-58, passed 9-21-99) Penalty, see § 10.99 slaughter § 91.07 SLAUGHTERING OF CONTAINMENT ANIMALS OR LIVESTOCK. It shall be unlawful for any person to slaughter any containment animals or livestock within the corporate limits except in connection with the operation of a bona fide farm or a properly permitted slaughtering and dressing facility. Slaughtering in connection with a bona fide farm operation shall not take place closer than 100 feet from the adjoining property owner\'s line. (Ord. O-1999-58, passed 9-21-99) conditions § 91.06 CONDITION OF ENCLOSURES. It shall be unlawful for any person to allow an animal enclosure of any nature to become unsanitary or allow mosquitoes, flies or other insects and vermin to breed therein. (\'84 Code, § 4-6) (Ord. passed 10-4-83 ; Am. Ord. O-1999-58, passed 9-21-99).
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    Information Last Updated2010-03-29 22:53:21

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