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@Snake Fingers, I'd like to apologize for my snarky post yesterday. I was trying to make a point, and regret that I didn't find a friendlier way to do that. I didn't realize just how snarky I was being until I re-read my words this morning. Please accept my sincere apology for my poor behavior.

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24 minutes ago, lonestranger said:

@Snake Fingers, I'd like to apologize for my snarky post yesterday. I was trying to make a point, and regret that I didn't find a friendlier way to do that. I didn't realize just how snarky I was being until I re-read my words this morning. Please accept my sincere apology for my poor behavior.

It wasn’t that snarky, apology accepted! :classic_biggrin:

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1 hour ago, Kevin said:

Just broke my own record on butchering chickens. 11 birds fully processed with set up and clean up in two hours flat. 

Better than me. I have only done 8 in two hours. We usually do 36 birds in a batch, and it takes forever. We bought a plucker, and that quickens it up so much.

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5 minutes ago, Birds are cool said:

Better than me. I have only done 8 in two hours. We usually do 36 birds in a batch, and it takes forever. We bought a plucker, and that quickens it up so much.

Let me be clear, I skin ours, plucking is just too much work. 

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1 hour ago, Charlie Spencer said:

Healthier to eat too.  The skin is where a lot of the fat is.

Right. Besides when your putting them in soup and such, it doesn't even matter. Also going from store chicken to free ranging our own, the flavor change was tremendous. The meat now has flavor, and it's so moist and tender. 

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5 hours ago, Kevin said:

Right. Besides when your putting them in soup and such, it doesn't even matter. Also going from store chicken to free ranging our own, the flavor change was tremendous. The meat now has flavor, and it's so moist and tender. 

So true!! Same with their eggs, too. I'd trade two dozen store-bought eggs for two eggs from yard chickens any day!

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56 minutes ago, Bird Brain said:

Ain't it the truth!! I just got home from Walmart, where I paid $3.58 for 1/2 dozen eggs!! That's almost 60 cents per egg, actually more after tax is added!!! :classic_blink:

Unreal. Did you at least see any good birds?

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