How to Build a Chicken Plucker?


Plucking a chicken by hand is a very daunting task. Many people who raise their own chickens also make their on chicken pluckers. You can build on using an electric fan motor and several pieces of plywood.
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How to Build a Chicken Plucker
More people are growing their own food these days, and many are raising their own chickens, both for eggs and for meat. Plucking has always been a major deterrent to raising meat chickens, but you can build a simple chicken plucker to help. By dipping... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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