This item will ship on July 1, 2020.
It’s time to take the hassle out of defeathering! This chicken plucker will help you quickly defeather your poultry and fowl.
Powerful and Quick: Quickly defeather chickens, ducks, geese, hens, and waterfowl with a powerful 1.2-horsepower motor. Process each bird in just 30 seconds.
Hands-Free Cleanup: Simply attach a standard garden hose to the integrated irrigation ring and flush out feathers.
Long-Lasting Stainless Steel: Durable 403 stainless steel tub allows for a lifetime of processing.
Large-Capacity 20-Inch Tub: Large tub with 92 rubber fingers quickly and efficiently processes two to four birds at a time.
This item is only available for shipment to continental U.S. addresses.
Everything needed to process birds at home! Just supply a stock pot for scalding. Recommended for folks with just a few birds to process in the backyard.
• Medium killing cone, 12 inches in length, 9.5 inches wide
• Poultry sticker knife, 7 inches long (blade length: 3 inches)
• Plastic shackle, 26 inches long, 6 inches wide
Please allow two weeks for delivery. Available for shipment to continental U.S. addresses only.
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