The following terms shall have the following meanings in the context of this chapter:
FARM: The land, improvements, machinery, and other physical assets used in the commercial production of farm products.
FARM OPERATION: A condition or activity occurring on or about a farm as part of, or in conjunction with, the commercial production of farm products. A "farm operation" includes, but is not necessarily limited to: noise, odors, dust and fumes associated with production; the operation of a roadside or farm market; ground or aerial seeding, spraying, dusting, or other application activities; the application of soil conditioners and other natural or manmade agricultural chemicals; the employment and use of labor, the transport or relocation of farm machinery or farm products; and all phenomena typically associated with such conditions or activities.
FARM PRODUCT: Those plants and animals useful to humans. Such plants and animals include, for example, forage and sod crops, grain and feed crops, dairy and dairy products, poultry and poultry products, livestock, fruit, vegetables, flowers, seeds, grass, trees, fish, apiaries, equine, and other products which incorporate the use of food, feed, fiber or industrial feed stock.
GENERALLY ACCEPTED AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: Best Management Practices generally accepted and used in Latah County, as well as those practices defined by the USDA, the Idaho State Department of Agriculture, the Soil Conservation Service, and the recommendations of the Idaho State Cooperative Extension service and agricultural trade organizations. Specifically excluded from this definition is any act or practice which is contrary to local, State or Federal rules, regulations or law. (Ord. 117, 3-9-1993, eff. 3-14-1993)