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Some versions of the draft bylaw floating around out there are missing definitions.  This is an oversight.  Here are the critical ones:

livestock” means horses, cattle, sheep, swine, llamas, ratites, goats, farmed game and other similar animals;

small livestock” means poultry, rabbit or other small animals similar in size and weight but does not include farmed fur bearing animals or roosters.

Livestock was not defined in the previous (2008) bylaw so the addition does not really change much.  Pigs and goats have always been allowed on larger properties (1 acre +) in Area F.

The small livestock definition now precludes roosters (see Rick's comments above).  This is a change reflecting common practice in other jurisdictions that permit chickens.

 

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