FOWL: Any of the larger domestic birds used as food, such as chickens, turkey, geese and duck.
240-32.A.1. No fowl may be kept on a lot of less than two acres.
240-32.A.2. Commercial use. Commercial breeding or use of pets and animal husbandry shall not be permitted as an accessory use under this section.
240-32.A.3. Large animals and fowl. For purposes of this section, a "large animal" shall be defined as an animal standing over 30 inches at the shoulder or weighing over 200 pounds. Large animals (such as cattle, horses and pigs, but excluding dogs) and fowl shall be stabled or housed in buildings which are a minimum of 100 feet from any lot line. In order to keep horses for private, noncommercial recreational Use of the residents of the property where the horses are kept, there must be a minimum of two acres for the first horse and one acre for each additional horse. In order to keep goats or pigs for private, noncommercial recreational use of the residents of the property where the goats or pigs are kept, there must be a minimum of two acres to keep four goats or pigs and one additional acre for each additional pair of goats or pigs. All grazing and pasture areas for horses, goats and pigs must be fenced. In order to keep fowl for private, noncommercial recreational use of the residents of the property where the fowl are kept, there must be a minimum of two acres to keep 20 fowl and one additional acre to keep an additional 10 fowl.
240-32.A.4. The person with the responsibility for the care of the animals shall keep the animals off private property which he/she does not have permission to use, and shall regularly collect and properly dispose of fecal matter from the animals in a sanitary manner that avoids nuisances for neighbors. Waste matter shall not be allowed to be carried by stormwater into waterways or onto other lots.