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Oops, missed that one. Definitely a cockerel.
It is either a point-of-lay pullet or a cockerel.
Yes he is quite active on facebook, he does advertise on yad2 but don't forget his website https://www.lulyfarm.com/
Btw, you're mentioned more...
Can't you get him to be more active on BYC?
Which color and pattern? Did you get them from Assaf?
Yeah, you're stuck in the humid hot coastal plain. You should consider relocating lol.
I took a video of it being done on a 8 month old calf, but due to the size one can imagine it looks very different from slaughtering poultry.
Cutting the blood vessels is not part of the shechita per se, but it is required to allow the blood to drain. If they where not cut the meat is...
@silkiekeeper Can we see some pictures of your chickens?
Just a small correction there...
Shechitah has nothing to do with slitting the jugular vein, it is the trachea and esophagus which must be slit.
Hi fellow brothers and sisters,
I'm orthodox and currently reside in Israel. My father is a shochet and occasionally would slaughter for us too, I...
Spoke to the breeder, they are gold blue. He doesn't keep the colors separate, he has whiten, gold and white. Some of the offspring come out gold...
Can anybody identify the color of there unique beauties?
"<gasping for breath> Wow!!!"
Oh my goodness gracious! With a hen haven like that who needs a house :)
Seriously, totally awesome. Both the gig and the article.
I've been butchering in LA for years. Closed garage and no one was the wiser.
Thanks my dear poultry friends, you're the best!
You'll most likely be better off on the sister site https://www.backyardherds.com/
I too recommend getting a game camera, if that isn't possible this book would be my next step...
Hard to tell without a picture