Wow thats a lot of work. Hope Jonathans egg layers are still around. His egg business should increase as a result of the big egg recall announced today. I am sure you have heard about it by now. Another reason to buy locally.Gp B
Oh, my. That is my most dreaded job. I'm glad you are over half done.
What do you do with all of them?
Hi GpB:Yes, Jonathan still has his layers. Even before the recall, his eggs have been flying off the refrigerator shelves! Last week I had to resort to going to our neighbor to buy eggs for ourselves!Kimberly,Sounds like the voice of experience -- your family must raise and process chickens, too. It's not too bad, just makes for a very long day.Hi Disaster!Our son Jonathan has a business where he raises meat chickens for sale. The amazing thing is almost all 600 chickens are sold/spoken for. There is quite a demand for pastured poultry.
I would love to see your processing setup. I myself was thinking of getting several dozen meat chicks next year and doing them all at once - I'd like to see how you've streamlined it.
You have such good pictures accompanying your posts. Those chickens look so unsuspecting...Wish we lived in closer proximity of your farm; we would've put in an order. Hope your butcher event is now over with and was uneventful!W. O'Neill
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