This is a turkey butchering question... I will be processing my experimental birds in the next couple of weeks. Two big BBW toms and 3 hens. When I butcher chickens (the few that I have butchered so far) I have chopped rather than slit. This is made much easier because they become relaxed and almost limp when I hold them upside down, making it easy to position the head between the two nails on the chopping block. I can then slowly stretch the neck and do the deed. So, is this how it works with turkeys? Do they relax and go limp when hung upside down the same way chickens do? I'm trying to picture holding a 30 pound tom still enough to do the chopping if they don't. Does anyone here chop their turkeys when they butcher? Thanks in advance!