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PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 7:57 pm 
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redial03 wrote:
I am lucky that I live in a rural area with a chook processing facility. I drop them off at 0930, tell them if I want the giblets, and come back about 1230. They are done and chilled, wrapped in their individual bags, I pay the $3.50 per cockerel, and we leave happy and contented without any trauma nor piles of feathers and stuff. They weighted them out at 2.8Kgs average, and were good eating, but next time I will get them a little younger, as the Australorps were good, but probably better in a curry.

They do all kinds of poultry, but have a sliding scale of charges.
Where is this facility?

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