|Are chickens allowed in Baldwin County?||Yes (on lots of more than 0.5 acres)|
|How many chickens can you have?||Up to 8 hens per 0.5 acres|
|Can you have roosters in Baldwin County?||No|
|Chicken coop placement rules:||No rule specified (contact county officials)|
|Application process:||A permit may be required|
|More information:||Baldwin County Code|
Curious about keeping chickens in Baldwin County? Uncover essential guidelines to ensure successful chicken-raising and comply with local requirements.
- Permitted Districts: The rearing, breeding, and raising of chickens is permitted in all Single-Family Residential Districts in Baldwin County, Alabama.
- Hen Limit: A maximum of 8 hens per 0.5 acres of land are allowed.
- A permit may be required to raise chickens within the county limits.
- Roosters: Roosters are not allowed within the county limits.
- Local Regulations: Before keeping chickens, it is important to confirm with the local authorities for more detailed information about chicken coop locations and building guidelines.
Track shifting backyard chicken bylaws in Baldwin County. Reach out to local officials in the county for the latest and most accurate details.
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Last updated: 09/28/2023