Processed one of our Roosters for my BD

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    Ray Speed Active Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Seeing as how it is my Birthday today we bought 9 beautiful fruit tree's and then processed one of our roosters for dinner tonight :)
     
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    Nice work Ray:twothumbsup:
    I'm raising some chicks at the moment and hope to do this as well to the roosters when they are big enough, I have never processed a chicken before so it will be interesting, the whole point was to be able to show the kids that food just doesn't come from the supermarket, now I just have to make sure the kids don't get attached to them or give them names lol
    Happy Birthday mate, hope you have a good one:cheers:
     
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    Hey mate
    its an awesome thing to do and the taste is great, if you need a hand in any way give me a yell :) I have some friends at work that cant come to the idea of the killing and have said they are going to name them, I save them the hassle and name them stuff like Caeser salad and nuggets and chicken Kiev hahaha
     
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