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Foie gras

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Foie gras is a luxury food product made of the liver of a duck or goose that has been specially fattened. By French law, foie gras is defined as the liver of a duck or goose fattened by force-feedin...

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Nov 9, 2012 ... Division of Fish and Wildlife Biologist Adam Phelps explains how to dress a goose and a few recipe ideas as well. To learn more about goose ...

Chapter 13. KILLING AND PROCESSING

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For killing and processing a modest number of geese, the method of choice is to use a killing funnel (average length 35-40 cm, entry diameter 25-30 cm, exit ...

How to Pluck a Goose: 8 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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When the wings are gone, pick the feathers off of the goose. This is the longest part of the process. When you pick the feathers off, don't grab a handful of ...

How To Clean and Cook Wild Ducks and Geese - HubPages

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Dec 10, 2015 ... Preparing harvested wild ducks and geese for cooking can be a difficult task. The process begins the moment a bird is harvested and ends ...

Down and Dirty : Turning Goose Feathers Into Pillows Is a Cushy ...

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Mar 30, 1988 ... Their products are stuffed with feathers and down from wild geese. The Eastmans bought Mallard, a wild duck and goose processing plant in ...

Dinner's in the hands of an angry goose - cooking processing | Ask ...

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Watch geese are a bit too old for the roasting pan. Skip the plucking. Skin it and use the meat. Evisceration is similar to other birds. Render the fat and ...

Raising Geese in Small or Backyard Flocks - eXtension

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May 5, 2015 ... Butchering geese is similar to the process for butchering other poultry species. The typical yield of usable meat from a butchered goose is 70% ...

Processing a Goose (cooking forum at permies)

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Sadly one of my beloved geese died this morning from being egg bound. She was fine yesterday and when we put them in for the night last night, a.

Animal Cruelty - Down and Feathers - Vegan Peace

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Feathers of birds like ducks, geese or chickens are a profitable by-product of the ... The usual process to obtain the feathers is to first scald the birds in hot water ...

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Metzer Farms Processing Waterfowl

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How to process ducks and geese. Ducks and geese are difficult to process because they have more down and feathers than a chicken or turkey.

Processing and marketing geese | NSW Department of Primary ...

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Processing and marketing geese. Marketing 'green geese' at 10–13 weeks of age; Marketing geese at 6 months of age; Slaughtering; Plucking; Waxing to ...

How Down Feathers are Collected - Gentle World

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Aug 24, 2013 ... “'Down' is the undercoating of waterfowl (goose, duck or swan) and ... I watched of the live plucking process, the ducks and geese struggled ...