A dog got into our chicken coop today and badly injured two of our chickens. Right after discovering the tragedy I didn't have much time and realized that I was going to have to put the chickens out of their misery with the tools in my kitchen. I quickly had the impromptu job done. Well, I couldn't let the birds go to waste so I decided to process them, a couple of you-tube videos later I was dunking the birds in boiling water and plucking them. Everything was going along fine until it was time to gut the birds. Long story short, I cut in in the wrong spot and there was fecal contamination in the chicken - the novice in me thought I'd cut into a forming egg that had somehow hard boiled while the chicken was in it's 5 second boiling bath. . . , so I just kept cutting. So, lots of cut chicken and poop contact. Once done I rinsed the bird clean with cold running water for quite a while, what I am wondering is. . . is it safe to eat the bird or should I throw it out? What if I boiled it forever and made stock out of it? Thanks!