Hi Everyone! We recently moved to Gwinnett County (less than two months ago) and we chose this county specifically because we were moving with our flock but now someone has complained on us about our chickens... We don't live in a neighborhood so there is no HOA rules or anything that we broke but now we are worried if we missed something crucial in all our times researching this county. I saw someone post two years ago that chickens aren't allowed to free-range, 6 chickens max, run must be 10 feet, etc, but I can't find any of that information anywhere else. When I google the County Ordinance regarding chickens all I'm getting is - Livestock Definition: Cattle, horses, donkeys, mules, goats, sheep, swine and other hoofed animals; poultry, ducks, geese, pigeons, peacocks and other live fowl; and fur or hide-bearing animals; whether owned or kept for pleasure, utility or sale. The term livestock shall not include small species of pigs, cage birds or rabbits kept within a dwelling as a household pet. Zoning Requirements: Livestock and honeybees may be kept for commercial purposes or for personal pleasure or utility in the agricultural (RA-200) zoning district. Livestock may also be kept for non-commercial purposes in certain single-family residential zoning districts (R-LL, R-100 and R-75), provided the lot or parcel is at least three acres in size, is the livestock owner’s residence, and all animal quarters must be located no closer than 100 feet to any property line. Please help!