R Ranson wrote:
sometimes while still alive which grosses me out,
Andy Moffatt wrote:I was only ever taught dry plucking, usually done the next day when the bird was cold for wild ducks, geese and turkeys. Its just practice, thumb and forefinger full of feathers and pull straight back against the way the feathers point.
Only takes about 5 minutes per small bird if that, a bit longer for an old goose.
Dina Johnson wrote:I have 5 farm raised geese that I need to dispatch... where is the best place to get a large pot at an affordable price?? Nothing I own is big enough for them...
I have never done any of this before and nervous about it... there seems to be very little info on how to go about this with geese... but I am sure it is not much different besides size as it would be for other birds...
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