I was doubting when I got up because it seems I forgot to put a chicken I have culled into the fridge , it was the mother of most of my hens who struggled a little bit on only age of 4 and began to gain more weight yet she'd better gained some feathers instead . Now in my country it is about 8 am , she got culled about 9 pm yesterday and was left in my kitchen where temperature was maximum about 15-16°Celsius . She has been blead but I doubt she could still be roasted , any thoughts about this ? Anyone with the ' experience ' ? I did read about people eating it the day after a night 'dying ' but that was always stored in the fridge so I have no idea , she isn't cut up or anything yet so I doubt . Hope still possible because I don't like to have wasted the life of this hen , she gave 'birth ' to most of my sussex hens , would be sad if now her death was for no reason at all . Please share your ideas about this , ty .