Looks like plans are finally coming together for the great McCleary chicken massacre, part 2. We'll be processing about 100 or so birds, CX, layers who don't lay anymore, and a few other odd birds. If you are interested in learning from a non-pro, let me know. We'll have a full processing outfit with kill cones, scalder, and tub plucker. The Friday after Thanksgiving is the day, November 26th. Probably starting aroung 8 or 9am. We are in McCleary, WA, about 20 miles west of Olympia. Probably a good day to leave your dogs at home. We trust ours, not yours. Please don't take offense. We are relative newcomers to this process, but I have used the equipment twice now, and have a lot of restaurant kitchen experience, so I can show you the basics. If you have birds, feel free to bring them in a secure carrier. We can do them with the others, and you will get your birds. We only ask that if you bring birds and have others help you with them, please help others with their birds. A cooler and ice would also be good things to bring for your birds. A filet knife would also be helpful, but I'll have sufficient gear for everyone. I do have some shrink bags available, but those are 40 cents each, which is my cost. Once my birds are bagged, the rest will be available. Anyway, I will cap this at 10 folks, and including folks I already have lined up, I'm at 5. Beer as an offering is welcome. Let me know.