Non-commercial livestock and poultry may be kept in residential zones. Hoofed Animals for personal use and enjoyment provided that: for horses, ponies, mules, donkeys and cattle, the property lot shall contain two acres of land for the first such animal and an additional one acre of land for each additional animal. For llamas, alpacas, sheep, goats, swine or similar animals, the lot shall contain two acres of land for the first such animal and an additional 20,000 square feet of land for each additional animal. Poultry - the keeping of poultry for personal use provided that the lot shall contain at least one acre for the first 12 fowl, and there shall be no more than six fowl per every additional 20,000 square feet. The keeping of one or more roosters requires a minimum of three acres. The keeping of poultry on lots of less than one acre may be permitted by Zoning Permit - please refer to the Zoning Regulations Article 3.8C.