Evansville’s City Council usually has bigger fish to fry, but tonight, they were serving up chicken.

Council members unanimously passed an amendment altering how live chickens are sold in city limits.

The previous law states that a resident can own up to six adult chickens at a time, but commercial sellers have to sell chicks at least 25 at a time within city limits.

That poses a potential problem when those chicks grow up leaving some people out of pocket as they can only keep six.
This new ordinance allows those commerical sellers to sell as few as six chicks in the city, while the rules for residents remain the same