OK I know they're classified as 'chickens'. But has anyone had success challenging an ordinance against 'poultry' for Seramas? The definition of poultry is birds raised for meat, eggs, and/or feathers. Seramas aren't raised for any of those. They are strictly an ornamental breed, and mainly serve as pets/show birds. I mean, you COULD certainly eat the eggs, but I could also eat Parrot eggs or cockatiel eggs if I was so inclined. I don't know anyone that would have a flock of Seramas intending to get all their eatable eggs from them. Anyone??