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The horrible topic about the time to kill ?What about¿

post #1 of 56
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That is a topic with which I got obsession, I can´t hear anything about but I know it inevitable.
I have thought in a .22 shot.
Please, teach me who have any consolating idea.
Thanks and regards.

post #2 of 56

What exactly are you asking about?

Morality is doing what is right no matter what you are told
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Morality is doing what is right no matter what you are told
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post #3 of 56

What he say?

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post #4 of 56

Do you mean when your chickens are older and stop laying eggs?

Do you mean when a dog or other pet is sick?

Do you mean something else?

post #5 of 56
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My problem is I´m unable to kill a chiken and I don´n talk about the wise I have seen farmer doing it.
Then, how can I raising chikens, what shall I do when I have a lot?
I´m a good cook and love to invite my friend, is it not absurd to go to meatshop having a lot of chikens?

post #6 of 56

You don't have to kill your chickens, I plan on letting mine live a long and healthy life even though their egg production decreases. You don't have to kill them unless you are raising them for meat. I still buy chicken from the shops. and when they stop laying in the winter time i buy free range eggs..

What if the hokey pokey is really what it's all about?
Shut up, brain, or I'll stab you with a Q-Tip!
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What if the hokey pokey is really what it's all about?
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post #7 of 56

You don't have to kill your chickens


You don't HAVE to, but it's a lot easier to keep them on the grill or in the pot that way

post #8 of 56
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Originally Posted by Bear Foot Farm 

You don't have to kill your chickens


You don't HAVE to, but it's a lot easier to keep them on the grill or in the pot that way


lol

What if the hokey pokey is really what it's all about?
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..
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post #9 of 56
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Originally Posted by Quijote 

My problem is I´m unable to kill a chiken and I don´n talk about the wise I have seen farmer doing it.
Then, how can I raising chikens, what shall I do when I have a lot?
I´m a good cook and love to invite my friend, is it not absurd to go to meatshop having a lot of chikens?


Raising chickens as livestock for eggs and meat is a dilemma for those that can't bring themselves to butcher and cull as required. My wife won't actually do the kill, but I do and she handles the bird after I bring it to her plucked and cleaned. As a livestock owner it is the responsible thing to do for the animals in your charge to treat them with respect, but remember, domestic animals are bred to serve Man------be it on the table or otherwise.

To serve one of your own chickens to a friend is only the right thing if your friend appreciates home raised food.

Just a old coot with some backyard chickens and a garden.
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post #10 of 56

If you have a lot of chickens who need to be processed for food-hire somebody to do it for you.  I know plenty of folks who buy meat chickens and have them processed elsewhere.  Some pay a certain price per bird and others simply give a number of birds to the person who kills and prepares the bird.

Married to the old dude, 0 human kids, 2 horses, 4 cockatiels, 2 parakeets,  1 Blue Front Amazon, 1 Yellow Head Amazon, 4 cockatiels, two parakeets, 1 eccentric peacock, 1 gsd, 1 pet terrapin, 1 Blue Copper Maran rooster, and 10 world famous Jersey Giants! New to the group is 3 Black Marans  chicks and one unidentified chick.

 

 

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Married to the old dude, 0 human kids, 2 horses, 4 cockatiels, 2 parakeets,  1 Blue Front Amazon, 1 Yellow Head Amazon, 4 cockatiels, two parakeets, 1 eccentric peacock, 1 gsd, 1 pet terrapin, 1 Blue Copper Maran rooster, and 10 world famous Jersey Giants! New to the group is 3 Black Marans  chicks and one unidentified chick.

 

 

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