So I have a chest freezer PACKED FULL of hearts, necks, and livers. Plus we still have another 200 birds to go before our season is over. We will have done about 2,000 birds this year. We raise CX on pasture and they are fed a soy-free organic feed. We do all our processing on farm, and have been saving the hearts, necks and livers and freezing them each week with the intention of turning a by-product into some additional revenue. Yes, some of our customers do buy them fresh from us at the market we sell at, but not at the rate that we sell the whole bird. In addition, we could be saving the feet, spleen, and gizzards. We were saving them, but freezer space was at a premium. We did cook up a few pots full of a "dog food" using the parts, then ran them through the food processor and added a little brown rice and froze the mix in single serving ziplock bags. It was a lot of work. Any suggestions on how to deal with all our extra parts? Keep in mind the volume that we have and any processed product would still have to go back in the freezer. I have applied to the Yahoo group for carnivore food supplier to see if I can just unload the parts whole and let the pet owner do the prep. Thanks!