Poultry Processing Cones
- Galvanized steel
- Easy clean-up
- Rolled edges for safety
|7"W x 10"L||9.5"W x 12"L||11.75"W x 18.25"L||13.75"W x 21.75"L|
|Game birds, ducks & bantams||Layers, broilers & roasters||Large capons & turkeys||Large birds|
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.
- Use cut the jugular and bleed out the bird.
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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.
Joseph K from Tennessee
I ordered the large cone for processing turkeys. It was way to small, we processed them at 15 weeks so they were on the small side and I could not get their heads out the bottom of the cone. I had to cut some of the bottom off of the cone. If you want to process turkeys get the extra large cone. I will try it on my largest chickens and I expect it will work well.
Janet H from California
I did "install" the medium size cone, with zip ties on my kennel fence. I haven't used it yet but I did point it out to a naughty rooster. He'll most likely be the first candidate. It's well made, no sharp edges. Easy enough to clean.
Christina Y from New Hampshire
Useful to have for processing extra large chickens, 10lbs+ and for turkeys!
Nancy W from Ohio
Looks big enough. Looks sturdy. Can't use it until the end of July when our meat chickens will be ready to harvest.