(A)   It shall be unlawful to keep within the city limits any livestock. However, this prohibition shall not apply to regularly licensed stockyards, slaughterhouses, meat-packing establishments, duly licensed public exhibitions, licensed targeted grazing as described in division (B) below and tracts of land in excess of five acres; and provided further, however, that upon tracts of land of five acres or less, no more than one of the animals named in § 90.01 shall be maintained per acre.
   (B)   All other prohibitions on livestock notwithstanding; livestock for the operation of a business utilizing goats for targeted grazing ground clearing and nuisance plant removal shall be allowed within the city limits under the limited conditions described under Title XI of this Code.
(1989 Code, § 90.30) (Ord. 1530, passed - -1980; Am. Ord. 2735, passed 2-28-2011; Am. Ord. 2019-2947, passed 11-25-2019) Penalty, see § 90.99