14 comments - What do you think?
April 23, 2011 at 12:24 pm
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what drills have you used successfully w/ this plucker? i built the plucker, and then our drill broke. now i need to buy another one. what am i looking for in the specs that shows it has high torque?
also, do you have any advice on scalding?
thanks so much!!!
check out this latest video on the drill we used during our most recent chicken harvesting day.
Just made on of these and it works extreemely well. Thanks for shareing.
That’s great! Post some pictures to our facebook page
tanks for that i started a tub style plucker wit a lawn more engine :L
that sounds great. Keep me updated. I would like to see a video or pics when you finish. -Rick
will this work for water fowl
This one may not work on water fowl. Their feathers are closer together. check out http://www.easypluck.com and this may be a good one for you. Thanks for watching.
just wonderin if it will work for water fowl as well
sorry wrong video – I was trying to respond to the plucker made using an old washing machine
wow- I haven’t seen the plucker made from an old washer. Let me know where you found that we would like to learn more.
I really like what you have done but would like step by step instructions on how to build this myself. Also, do you run hot water in the tub with your hose while plucking the chicken?
Thanks for the idea. It would really help to see you use it. I need another visual. =)
You can see it in use at:
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