I just had one of my customers call me and ask if I would be interested in processing ( and keeping the meat from ) their twelve hens to make room for their new hens. Not sure how I feel about it. I mean I don't mind but processing birds is hard enough process... She lives almost an hour away and wants to just come out and see how it's done. She wants to see what the plucking process is all about, and also see how they're skinned. When she first brought it up two months ago I said sure, and didn't think twice about it. Now the time is here and I don't know how I feel about it. Not so much that we mind company, but we just bought the place and I don't really want a lot of foot traffic in the new homestead. We're still cutting down trees and cleaning up a LOT of trash left from the previous owners. I don't want her getting the wrong message seeing our "trashy" new place. Since she's not a close friend and hasn't been on the many, many clean ups we've had getting this place whipped into shape the last few months. She hasn't been around to see the truck loads of junk we've hauled off. I'm proud of all the things we've accomplished. I'm excited about all the things we have left to do! One of the other things she wants is to see how our pens are set up, as she's looking to expand her flocks. We have several hoop coops and several semi-permanent chicken structures, so it would give her a chance to see different designs. But I am, by no means, not exactly ready to be giving tours. Half of my pens are still piles of lumber next to the shed thanks to the rain, haha. Haven't had a chance to set or build anything... She also offered to have me go out there and do it, which I wouldn't mind either except what if I forget tools? What if I forget something important, like one of my processing knives? Maybe I'm just over thinking this. I could just take pictures of my pens and show her that way I suppose.... Conflicted. Thoughts?