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Plucker
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jason    Posted 11-08-2001 at 10:36:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am Looking for a plucker big enough to handle turkeys but mainly for chickens. Any suggestions?


TomH    Posted 11-09-2001 at 16:35:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
The rubber fingered ones should be able to handle anything you can. Cabelas also sells something called a Duck Naked Plucker which they claim will also handle geeese.


RayP(MI)    Posted 11-27-2001 at 10:44:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
Son-in-law got one of them, than went out and shot him a goose. Plucker didn't work worth a darn. Maybe he got a tough goose!


Tech Support Mack's Prari    Posted 11-18-2003 at 07:38:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
Instructions for plucking the huge geese are: Boil the water to 170 degrees.
Cut the wings off to the first joint
Immerse the goose in the water. (Do not use soap on the larger geese, it may lubricate the plucking fingers)
The larger geese will cool the water, if the water can be kept at boiling temperature, that would be best.
Hold goose with a wooden fork and ruffle the feathers to get boiling water into the bird, keep immersed for 35 seconds, make sure not to cook the bird.
Place in Duck Naked Plucker.
For information from the manufacturer, email Ronnie at ducknaked@bellsouth.net


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