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summerthyme

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Frogs legs? Don't have time to watch the video, but yeah, they do that for a bit. We always brined them in the fridge for a couple/ few hours... calmed them right down.

BTW... rabbit muscle jumps for awhile after they are indisputably dead. Having the leg of a headless, skinless, organ-less bunny suddenly try to pull out of your hand is definitely weird! (OK, it's just individual muscles twitching a bit, nothing like purposeful movement)

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summerthyme

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Chickens really do run around with their heads gone. Not long, but they definitely do it. Freakiest things I've ever seen. And saw it happen multiple times when I was on my grandmother's farm and she was culling her flock before winter.
Yes, and my favorite Amish butcher ladies finally built a killing cone setup after a turkey flopped across the road, under a car, and took out the main brake line. They still chop their heads off with a hatchet, but now drop the headless body into a cone to bleed out...

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West

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Yes, and my favorite Amish butcher ladies finally built a killing cone setup after a turkey flopped across the road, under a car, and took out the main brake line. They still chop their heads off with a hatchet, but now drop the headless body into a cone to bleed out...

Summerthyme
I've fabricated some of those cones.
 

Seeker22

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A Taxidermist friend showed me a video he made of a Rattlesnake he skinned for tanning. This thing was stretched out and the head was cut off. It had been dead several hours and the heart was still strongly beating. Creeped me out.
 

Faroe

Un-spun
Chickens really do run around with their heads gone. Not long, but they definitely do it. Freakiest things I've ever seen. And saw it happen multiple times when I was on my grandmother's farm and she was culling her flock before winter.
I've wondered about this after since chopping off the head of a duck. The body twitched, and the beak kept opening and closing. The eye was still open. Which one was ...the duck? Did both body parts feel pain? Do nerves need a brain to feel pain?

After that experience, I took to crushing the head of everything I put down. At least, that part is *out.* To me, eating something alive is just sadistic. I hate that Asians boil so many food animals alive. I remember putting live lobsters into a big pot of boiling water as a kid. I would never do that now.
 

FireDance

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Yes, and my favorite Amish butcher ladies finally built a killing cone setup after a turkey flopped across the road, under a car, and took out the main brake line. They still chop their heads off with a hatchet, but now drop the headless body into a cone to bleed out...

Summerthyme
Too funny. Revenge of The Turkey.

Seriously though, do you really want to chase them all over the yard?

My mom would not eat chicken for the longest time after seeing my grandparents butcher them. But she was easy to gross out. EASY TARGET.

Guess who became the Queen of Gross Outs? My dad bought me a dissection kit and book at one time (no, I don’t know why). Poor mom.
 

summerthyme

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Too funny. Revenge of The Turkey.

Seriously though, do you really want to chase them all over the yard?

My mom would not eat chicken for the longest time after seeing my grandparents butcher them. But she was easy to gross out. EASY TARGET.

Guess who became the Queen of Gross Outs? My dad bought me a dissection kit and book at one time (no, I don’t know why). Poor mom.
LOL! I'm much happier with the quality of the carcass using the cone.. too many bruises and broken wings from their headless dash across the yard...

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Martinhouse

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When I whacked the heads off of my chickens. I then immediately wrapped a piece of strong wire around their "ankles" and hung them on the clothesline. The wings flapped for a little while but the birds never got dirty. I did hang them far enough apart that they weren't beating each other up with the flapping wings.

I never saw anything butchered before, but I just went by what I learned in high school physiology class, where we dissected several different things throughout the year. I was a junior that year. I applied that classroom learning to cleaning fish, too. Never had any problems cleaning either chickens or fish..
 
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Ozarkian

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Chickens really do run around with their heads gone. Not long, but they definitely do it. Freakiest things I've ever seen. And saw it happen multiple times when I was on my grandmother's farm and she was culling her flock before winter.
Yeah they do. When I was little it would seem like they were chasing me after my Dad wringed their head off. No matter where I turned there that headless chicken was right behind me. LOL.
 

Walrus Whisperer

Hope in chains...
Frogs legs? Don't have time to watch the video, but yeah, they do that for a bit. We always brined them in the fridge for a couple/ few hours... calmed them right down.

BTW... rabbit muscle jumps for awhile after they are indisputably dead. Having the leg of a headless, skinless, organ-less bunny suddenly try to pull out of your hand is definitely weird! (OK, it's just individual muscles twitching a bit, nothing like purposeful movement)

Summerthyme
This is why I refuse to eat rabbit. The last one I had, had muscles twitching for a full hour. I cooked it for the cat, I wasn't gonna eat jumping meat. :kk2:
 

bw

Fringe Ranger
For the sort of people who eat raw squid, twitching seems to be a major attraction.
 

Sicario

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We always put the poultry in the cone and then cut their necks and let them bleed out. Seems pretty humane. They rarely even flop or move at all.
 
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