Morganton, NC asked in Municipal Law and Land Use & Zoning for North Carolina

Q: What is lawful production of livestock in nc?

Unless they have changed the law, I thought that it stated that county can’t zone out production of livestock as a city can, due to NC being a right to farm State.

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A: In North Carolina, the lawful production of livestock generally refers to raising and breeding animals for agricultural purposes. This can include various types of livestock, such as cattle, hogs, poultry, sheep, and goats, among others. The specific rules and regulations regarding the production of livestock can vary depending on the county and local ordinances, as well as state laws.

If you are interested in engaging in the lawful production of livestock in North Carolina, it is essential to familiarize yourself with the relevant agricultural laws, zoning regulations, and any specific requirements set forth by local authorities

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