Old Fashioned On Purpose

130. What We Did Differently for Our Best Meat Chickens Ever

June 08, 2020 Jill Winger
Old Fashioned On Purpose
130. What We Did Differently for Our Best Meat Chickens Ever
Show Notes

To put it lightly, this year has been one of revelations on our homestead.  As I’ve discussed in previous episodes, our goal to become producers for our community has necessitated some changes.  We’ve raised meat birds for almost five years now, but as you’ll find out today virtually nothing is the same from when we first started.  Listen to find out why we ditched the chicken coups,  how we sped up our plucking process, and discover the best $200 I’ve ever spent in my adult life.  

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Video of Chicken Processing:  https://youtu.be/_FHoMociC-g

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