- Jan 1, 2012
I am not sure if this is normal but to me it doesn't seem right. I am new to the whole killing and raising. I gutted my rooster 2 days ago then put it in my fridge today I took it out and there was a lot of clear mucus fluid around the back and leg only one side. My boyfriend always told me he felt the rooster had a hump but when gutting it i didn't notice anything to that effect. The fluid is sticky and clear no smell the meat looks normal color with no smell either. Its about a half of a cup of fluid though which i think is a lot. Now i have only done this once killing gutting so maybe I just didn't do it right which is why I am not sure I even put this post int he right spot. I am pregnant thought and the last thing i want to do is eat a diseased chicken. Does anyone know if this is normal?