In Clawson, Michigan, a law specifically makes it legal for a farmer to sleep with his pigs, cows, horses, goats, and chickens. But the animals may not be in the house after sunup or during the day.
Florida has a law prohibiting the transporting of livestock on school buses.
If you live in Franklin, Kentucky, you can't legally trade horses after dark.
In Alabama, no mules can be traded after supper when the sun has already gone below the horizon. And in Idaho, you can't buy or sell chickens after sundown without the sheriff's permission.
In 1930, the City Council of Ontario passed an ordinance forbidding roosters to crow within the city limits. In Kenilworth, Illinois, a rooster must step back 300 feet from any residence if he wishes to crow. Hens that wish to cackle must step 130 feet back from any residence. This is a more humane than the law in Lakeland, Florida, where all roosters must be kept in a box or a pen where they can't raise their head high enough to crow.
If you live in California, you cannot keep your chickens, turkeys, goats, cows, and other farm animals in an apartment. In Cumberland, Maryland, you cannot keep your chickens with you in your hotel room.
In Kingsville, Texas, there is a law against two pigs having sex on the city's airport property.
It is illegal for hens to lay eggs before 8 am and after 4 pm in Norfolk, Virginia.
Ducks quacking after 10 pm in Essex Falls, New Jersey are breaking the law.
In Quitman, Georgia, it is against the law for a chicken to cross any road within the city limits. In McDonald, Ohio, farmers cannot march a goose down a city street. And fowl, particularly roosters, are prohibited from going into bakeries in Massachusetts.
In Kansas, it is illegal for chicken thieves to work during daylight hours.
In Vermont, you can be fined if your pig runs in a public park without the permission of a selectman.
You cannot march your goose down McDonald, Ohio's, main street.
Why no......I'm really not an outdoorsmsn at all. But i did stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night!