I have a slightly crazy question related to my chicken science fiction thread https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=255023 ... How many birds would you get into a 14-16 cuft freezer? I'm think that's a good size for my standard cold-sleep module, being big enough for a person, a couple goats, a couple sheep, etc. (there could be a larger one for cattle and horses). My thought is that since the chickens lose about 25-30% live vs processed weight I could, with careful stacking, get about 75% of that number of live birds into a module. Edit for clarity -- The birds have to be whole, not cut up, deboned, or otherwise processed. They are not the colonists' food, they are their breeding stock. If I know how many whole fryers/roaster can go into your freezer of a given size I can make the correction for the extra space taken up by necks, heads, feet, etc.