I processed 2 20 week old roosters for the 1st time on Sunday. My husband "culled" the roosters, I plucked all the feathers, he cut the bottom opening and removed the insides. I washed them really good and removed some pin feathers. I put them in a big pot covered in salt water and I guess I need to know what next. I need to get some of the lungs out. I see them up there in the back ribs. Anyone have a suggestion other than taking my fingers and digging it out? Once I get the lungs out and cut them in pieces what do I need to do to freeze them for later use? Just some background info, my husband culled a rooster 2 years ago and it was awful. Nasty tasting tough bird. I really want these to turn out well. I made sure the oil gland was cut out of the tail this time. Any suggestions? One was a Ameraucana roo and the other was a Blue Rock roo. Nice sized birds probably about 3 to 4 pounds dressed weight.