Chicken litter would be confined to the chicken pen and is a great fertilizer, while dog —— is of no value and is deposited along curbs and gutters.
My family raised chickens for our own use. We children looked after the baby chicks when they came from the hatchery, fed them after they were in the pen, cleaned the pen and gathered the eggs.
During the Depression of the 1930s we were routinely sent to the chicken house to see if there was an egg that our mother could cook along with potatoes, bread and coffee for the hoboes who had to get off the freight trains or be arrested. Watching mother clean a chicken was a great learning experience, too.
The “city slickers” on the Planning Commission and the City Commission need to open up their minds a bit. But thanks for the laughs.