Processing Cornish X: A First Timer's Overview/Experience (pic heavy, only 1 "graphic")

What is your relationship to processing?

  • Do all my own

    Votes: 25 52.1%
  • Someone in my family does it

    Votes: 5 10.4%
  • Never have but want to

    Votes: 11 22.9%
  • Never have never will

    Votes: 4 8.3%
  • Bring them to a butcher

    Votes: 3 6.3%

  • Total voters
    48

Parront

Crossing the Road
Jul 27, 2017
6,522
27,661
907
Prescott, AZ
“storeys guide to raising chickens” and
“The small scale poultry flock”
Both describe its so it helps the skin from continuing to heat after the scalding.

I did it when I processed two cockerels the other day, all the feathers came out easy peasy.
Just wondering what everyone else does, I’ve only done ducks up until the other day.
I do. Keeps from burning my fingers!
 

Tre3hugger

Let Your Freak Flag Fly
Mar 21, 2020
3,286
10,747
556
NW Massachusetts
“storeys guide to raising chickens” and
“The small scale poultry flock”
Both describe its so it helps the skin from continuing to heat after the scalding.

I did it when I processed two cockerels the other day, all the feathers came out easy peasy.
Just wondering what everyone else does, I’ve only done ducks up until the other day.
I'll have to try that. Thanks for sharing!
 

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