Poultry Processing Cones
- 10"L x 7"W
- Galvanized steel
- Game birds, small ducks and bantams
- 13.75"L x 10.25"W
- Bottom hole: 3.25" dia.
- 19 gauge metal
- Broilers, roasters, ducks and small turkeys
How to Use
- Attach cone to wall or board to hang.
- Place bird head first into cone.
- Guide the bird's head so it comes out through the bottom of the cone. Underside of bird's neck should face you.
- Cut the jugular using a Poultry Sticker Knife and bleed out the bird.
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Barbara S from Pennsylvania
Purchased the large cone. Very well made and will accommodate our Brahma hens and roosters nicely.
Charles A from Washington
Very good product. Made the job very easy. Should last for many years. Great service, fast delivery.
Amy C from Utah
Cone and knife are very high quality and worked beautifully. I processed a lightweight duck breed drayke (Khaki Campbell). And even though he was small the cone worked beautifully, and I could tell it would still work for a much larger bird. Processing him was quick, gentle and a much nicer experience than other methods.
So far I have bought many Premier 1 products including sheep shears. I also send my combs into Premier 1 to be sharpened, electro-netting, ear tags and electric clippers and I have always been impressed with the quality! All of their products have continued to function well years after purchase.
The service is also great! Things ship quickly and arrive in good order.
Heather P from Massachusetts
Very sturdy construction with care to make sure there are no sharp edges. Worth the investment.
James S from Maryland
We purchased the medium sized cones based on their recommended breed sizes. Our New Hampshire breed chickens, roosters, dressed out at 7 pounds, and these cones could barely handle them. We did have to push the cone in to get the bird to slide down into the cone to get the head out.
These cones are sturdy and seem well built. We used two screws, one in each upper corner, to hand them. The one hole in the middle would not have done enough and would have allowed too much movement.
We will purchase a couple larger cones for the next batch.