Just wondered if this would work on small chickens. When cleaning grouse, the wild hunted type we sometimes just clean them quick by removing the head, then stepping on the wings with bird laying on its back and pull on the feet until the breast and back with legs attached seperates. Once that is done all that is needed is to cut off the wings, feet, tail and clean the inside of the back a little. Skinned double breast is in one piece and the back with legs attached is in the other mabe the odd feather to pluck off the back. Very slick and takes just seconds. Just wondering if this could be used on small chickens to prep them quickly for the soup pot. I would think it would work on pheasants and quail too, but never tried on anything but grouse.