Julia Franke wrote:I recently processed my first batch of birds that were raised to be specifically meat.
I also butchered 3 laying hens that turned out be roosters.
I found it pretty empowering. To see our project from beginning to end and to also know that our chickens were raised happily and had one bad day. I feel like we are further along on our journey into the homesteading world.
One question: I have heard that you need to let the birds sit for 3 days after processing before eating. But in the second part of the "respectful chicken harvest" video, she says that she may be eating that chicken for dinner. How long do I have to wait from the time I harvest the chicken to the time I can cook it up?
No. No. No. No. Changed my mind. Wanna come down. To see this tiny ad:
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