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  1. NatJ

    Thoughts and best practices .. older hens

    The ones that don't register a second thought--those are the ones to eat, after they're old enough that they don't lay as well. Just remember that an old hen has a great flavor but needs long, moist cooking to be easy to chew (or chop it up small). What chicken dishes you like to cook/eat can...
  2. NatJ

    Thoughts and best practices .. older hens

    I've done it. If you have a bunch that look alike, it's mentally easier, especially the first few times. (The one that's different always seems to turn into a pet, whether it's a different color, the largest, the smallest, etc.) After the bird is truly dead (head off and flapping/twitching...
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