For the purpose of this subchapter the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   AT LARGE.  An animal shall be deemed to be at large when it is off the real property of its owner or keeper and not under physical restraint.
   BONA FIDE FARM.  A bona fide farm is any tract (or tracts of land under common ownership or control) on which a party is actively engaged in a substantial way in the commercial production or growing of crops, plants, livestock, poultry, or aqua-culture operations.  BONA FIDE FARM shall include horse riding and boarding facilities.
   CONTAINMENT ANIMALS.  Containment animals are animals that are usually enclosed in “houses” or open pens with high concentration of animals such as swine, chickens, rabbits, quail, turkeys, geese, ducks, guinea, fowl, pigeons and pheasants.
   LIVESTOCK.  The word “livestock” shall include, but shall not be limited to equine animals, bovine animals, sheep, goats and other grazing animals that are enclosed in a fenced pasture.
(Ord. passed 8-7-90; Am. Ord. O-1999-58, passed 9-21-99)