(A)   Every stable and other place where cattle, horses or other animals are kept shall at all times be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition and located in such a manner that water will not stand thereunder. Any area wherein any domestic animals, including but not limited to dogs, cows and horses, or turkeys, geese, chickens, ducks or other fowl are penned, housed, caged, cooped or otherwise contained shall at all times be kept in a sanitary condition so that no foul or offensive odors shall emanate therefrom. Upon the receipt of a complaint that any area is being maintained in violation of this section, the City Manager or the Police Department may request the County Board of Health to make an investigation of the conditions complained of and, if the report from such investigation shows that an insanitary condition exists, it shall be the duty of the city, through its Police Department, to notify the person owning the premises, or his agent in charge of the premises. Any person failing to remedy the existing condition within five days after having been so notified shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
   (B)   Large farm animals. Large farm animals may be kept under the following circumstances:
      (1)   Large animals generally include, but are not limited to: horses, donkeys, cows, etc.;
      (2)   The lot on which the animals are kept is at least one acre per adult animal; and
      (3)   Barns, stables, etc. for the animals are located at least 60 feet from the property lines.
(`90 Code, § 3-2)  (Am. Ord. passed 3-11-13; Am. Ord. passed 3-9-15; Am. Ord. passed 6-9-15)  Penalty, see § 92.99