chicken plucker attached to a drill

Mrs. K

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Nov 12, 2009
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I processed 5 roosters and this worked perfectly! Made a tiresome job easy. At a cost of $70, I can afford that, and it is well enough made that I should be able to process birds for a long time to come. It did come from Lithuvania, so took nearly 3 weeks to get here, but I am very pleased with it. We used a cordless drill, fastened to a bench with ratchet straps. It does create a mess of feathers everywhere, but with a cordless drill, it would be easy to do outside. It was just too cold today.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Poultry-plu...d=100338&rk=1&rkt=30&mehot=pp&sd=321307539262
 

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