Hello, I am new to the website and am looking to start raising chickens again. I raised 15 chickens in Kansas about 12 years ago and am looking to buy a house in northern Kansas City Missouri and raise some chickens again. I have many questions especially about poultry laws in various cities. I know in KCMO you can have up to 15 total chickens and they must be 100 feet from any dwelling. The ordinances in Liberty are ambiguous. All I can find is that you can't have any poultry unless it is "kept clean and sanitary at all times." What the heck does that mean? Quantity? Location? Neighbors permission? https://library.municode.com/index.aspx?clientID=11164&stateID=25&statename=Missouri Sec. 4-10. Keeping poultry generally. No person, except as may be permitted by city zoning regulations, shall be permitted to own or have in his possession any live poultry (chickens, ducks, geese, guineas, or turkeys) within the city, unless batteries, poultry equipment and poultry yards are kept clean and sanitary at all times. (Ord. No. 3556, 7-28-75) I am also looking at places in Gladstone and Parkville. Hopefully I can find a place in a city that is "poultry friendly."