We were awakened in the middle of the night last night by noise and ran out to the coop. By the time we got there, the damage was done and the predator gone, but we are assuming a raccoon. (Tore a window screen out of a window 4' above the ground. Hardware cloth goes up this morning.) The pullet was dying of a neck wound when we found her and was still warm when we put her in the fridge. Do you think it would be safe to clean her (we are processing other birds this morning) and use her carcass to make stock for canning other chicken meat? Wouldn't simmering her for 12 hours kill and germs the raccoon might have left on her neck? Would not having bled her make the stock nasty? Please advise. Thanks.