Hi, I just processed one of our Cornish x, other wise healthy appearing except seems to have "stopped" growing, smaller one in the bunch. It was breathing heavier then others, couging and I went about the deed. When I cut open the bung end, a body temp warm fluid flowed out, probably 1-2 cups! No odor, clear, not cloudy, fluid that was free around all the organs. No apparent ruptures to anything, crop and intestine are empty and only a small amount of green (only grainfed) food in gizzard. Now, I'm no stranger to congestive heart failure but I never opened up a human like I would a chicken! So, now with that, would you eat the bird? I have skinned, peiced it and lungs were solid and large.