I know this may sound weird but with the upcoming storm we will have tonight a question popped into my head. We have 3 chicken houses, all surrounded by trees. 2 of them are next to Willow trees that are fairly old. I am alone at the farm during the week so I always try to be prepared for bad scenarios since Murphys law has proven time and time again that bad stuff happens during the week. Anyways, lets say disaster strikes and one of the trees crashes onto the chicken house. I have a little chicken hospital set aside where I could put the survivors, but as far as the injured or dead ones go; is it at all possible to euthanize, bleed and then stick them in the freezer to process at a more convenient time than in the middle of a disaster. I would want to try and save some of the meat if something like that were to happen but I dont know what the freezing would do to the meat, organs, etc. Also, naturally there would be bruising. I dont expect anything like that to happen soon but if I could just pick all of your brains to see what you would do, it would help tremendously. Thank you!