I am trying to keep my temper right now, and I need some advice. We live in a neighborhood outside the city limits. We live in a certain section of urban growth boundary that is not completely annexed. My grumpy old man neighbor, who moved here saying he looooved chickens and was so excited to live nearby, said he went to all our neighbors and asked if our roosters bothered them. MY SON'S ROOM IS RIGHT BY THE COOP. He sleeps through it. He and another neighbor came to the front door, after they stirred up the hornet's nest with the other neighbors, and complained. Said they went to their relatives house so they could visit but also so they could sleep. Hello! Take out your hearing aide! I have to repeat everything to him when I talk to him, so there is no way he can hear the rooster. My husband and I are going to fully research this before we do anything. I think I have it right when I interpret it to say that the only issue on the books is noise. I had the light set to come on so the hens would lay, but now it comes on much later. If I have to do these rooster in, I'm tempted to do it out in the front yard, while they are outside. HELP! Why do people move into neighborhoods where they KNOW there are chickens and then COMPLAIN????