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Postby huntall » Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:53 pm

I cleaned one of our older hens. Slow cooked it in the crock pot and man....you talking about making some fine broth.
Took all the meat off bones and then added some carrots and noodles.
Fine eating. 10 times better flavor than I've ever had
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Postby terry08 » Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:59 pm

huntall wrote:I cleaned one of our older hens. Slow cooked it in the crock pot and man....you talking about making some fine broth.
Took all the meat off bones and then added some carrots and noodles.
Fine eating. 10 times better flavor than I've ever had

Wow, that sounds like the soup my grandmother, and mother would make after killing the chickens. You won't find that in any can unless you can your own. And then it will be in a jar. You need to send Progresso, your recipe. Lol

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Re: homemade chicken noodle soup

Postby huntall » Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:05 pm

Lol.....might make some money off that recipe.
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Postby terry08 » Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:09 pm

huntall wrote:Lol.....might make some money off that recipe.

Doubt you will find anyone who will kill a chicken. And it can't be made with those from the meat counter. Yours is the true meaning of organic.

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Re: homemade chicken noodle soup

Postby jbullard1 » Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:56 pm

We were given 24 roosters last July , I have to agree the home raised roosters we cooked and canned are far better than any store bought ones. It also takes a long time to clean and process 24 large roosters. :W:
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Postby triple_duece » Tue Feb 06, 2018 8:05 pm

Ok question for ya. I’ve been raising some chickens from poults. Think I have 10 roosters out of the 25. When and what is best way to kill and clean.
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Postby bigsteve » Wed Feb 07, 2018 7:52 am

It's a lot easier to skin them than picking them that's what I always do chop their head off and start skinning

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Re: homemade chicken noodle soup

Postby huntall » Wed Feb 07, 2018 9:39 am

I tried several ways but best way and quickest is use the limb pruner the ones with about 2 ft handle and the 2 inch blade that kinda curves....I think they are Called Loper'. Works every time
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Postby jbullard1 » Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:22 pm

triple_duece wrote:Ok question for ya. I’ve been raising some chickens from poults. Think I have 10 roosters out of the 25. When and what is best way to kill and clean.

We used a hatchet to lop off the head and skinned them then gutted.
then cut up the way we wanted put the necks and backs in a big pot and boiled them down picked the meat from the bones and canned the broth. We tried a pressure cooker the last tome and it was a lot faster than boiling
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Re: homemade chicken noodle soup

Postby huntall » Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:37 pm

huntall wrote:I tried several ways but best way and quickest is use the limb pruner the ones with about 2 ft handle and the 2 inch blade that kinda curves....I think they are Called Loper'. Works every time

I forgot to say....I use same limb pruner to cut the legs off and the end of wings , right after the head. Makes for a lot faster Process.
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Re: homemade chicken noodle soup

Postby triple_duece » Wed Feb 07, 2018 4:43 pm

Thanks for the replies. Next question, what age do you process them. Mine are 4 months old and the breast isn’t filled out. About when would be the best time to give them the axe.
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Re: homemade chicken noodle soup

Postby huntall » Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:39 pm

triple_duece wrote:Thanks for the replies. Next question, what age do you process them. Mine are 4 months old and the breast isn’t filled out. About when would be the best time to give them the axe.

It depends how you are going to cook them. If you are going to fry them then they need be cleaned between 16-22 weeks. Older than that is best to boil down to crock pot them for dumplings or chicken spaghetti and such.
The breast are not going to be plump like the ones at the store.
I'd say clean one and cook it on grill or fryer and see how tenderness of them is. Then go from there. Older bird, even a couple years old really has good flavor but just have to slow cook it.
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Re: homemade chicken noodle soup

Postby triple_duece » Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:44 pm

huntall wrote:
triple_duece wrote:Thanks for the replies. Next question, what age do you process them. Mine are 4 months old and the breast isn’t filled out. About when would be the best time to give them the axe.

It depends how you are going to cook them. If you are going to fry them then they need be cleaned between 16-22 weeks. Older than that is best to boil down to crock pot them for dumplings or chicken spaghetti and such.
The breast are not going to be plump like the ones at the store.
I'd say clean one and cook it on grill or fryer and see how tenderness of them is. Then go from there. Older bird, even a couple years old really has good flavor but just have to slow cook it.


Thanks. I got 10 out of 25 that need the axe cause they are not going to produce eggs, just eat food.

Last question. Any advantage to keeping one rooster?
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Re: homemade chicken noodle soup

Postby terry08 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:12 am

Home canned. Ate three bowls last night.
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Re: homemade chicken noodle soup

Postby triple_duece » Thu Mar 08, 2018 9:56 am

Just put the whack on five rooster. Have 5 more to do another day Image
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