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Auto Chicken Farm

Prepare chicken from plant to crocer- Barbecue grid incl.
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It will be advantageous to have a fully automated chicken farm. Complete with growing cages and feeding/watering points integrated. To go further, one can introduce an extra device that can prepare the chicken for the market - plucking and cleaning right there on site. Now to make sure your chicken goes to a niche end user market, a folding barbecue grid that are built into the chicken cage can fold around the chicken and be disconnected from the cage to be loaded directly into the freezer for dispatch to the awaiting barbecue outlets. And there, Voila! u have a chicken that can be barbecued on any fire! Can occur in different falvours / spices
novaris, Mar 03 2008

"Wasn't that cool, that thing I saw in the movie? Wouldn't it be neat if it were real?" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120630/
[DrCurry, Mar 05 2008]

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       //crocer//
One who peddles crocks?
coprocephalous, Mar 03 2008
  

       What ever.
novaris, Mar 03 2008
  

       OK, automated chicken coop, that's a good idea, mostly baked, but maybe you have a new method. How is your's automated? Need some details. The one deatil you have is about part of the cage going to the enduser, an that is gross.
MisterQED, Mar 03 2008
  

       Ok, how about a heavy foil wrapper. Scratch te perceived gross idea.
novaris, Mar 03 2008
  

       Needs a pickler, not Kellie.
skinflaps, Mar 03 2008
  

       Because there just isn't enough gratuitous animal cruelty yet.
angel, Mar 03 2008
  

       A shuddering one, [skinflaps]?
coprocephalous, Mar 03 2008
  

       My very thoughts [coprocephalous]
skinflaps, Mar 03 2008
  

       What comes first - the chicken or the egg?
phoenix, Mar 03 2008
  

       If this is a chicken's fate, it might never leave the egg.   

       There isn't anything on that idea that states when the chicken is killed. Please tell me that it dies before the plucking.   

       [sp:flavors]
Shadow Phoenix, Mar 03 2008
  

       The chicken is killed by the automated cage.In the same way it is done on commercial chicken farms. Yes, fortunately the chicken gets plucked and cleaned after it gets killed.It won't feel a thing...
novaris, Mar 04 2008
  

       This really isn't all that original, unless you were trying to make automated chicken production even crueler.   

       //What ever.//   

       I think the annotation was pointing out a specific misspelling. I don't think there was any actual doubt about the misspelling.
nomocrow, Mar 04 2008
  

       Thanks [UnaBubba}.   

       I will look into that and may i say that i enjoy to learn. My grammar and spelling can be improved.
novaris, Mar 05 2008
  

       Frankly, most chicken farms are already highly automated. Chickens are kept jammed in cages already. Automated machines sweep them up for plucking. It's really all too gruesome for words, and the result doesn't taste nearly so good as free-range chicken.   

       So please add this bone to your collection.
DrCurry, Mar 05 2008
  

       [Shadow]: sp: flavours.   

       Surely the most depressing thing about this idea is that it is surely only a matter of months until it is implemented, and probably in an infinitely more cruel (but more profitable) way.
Mr Phase, Mar 05 2008
  

       And what [DrCurry] said about free range chickens. You can just simmer them with herbs and salt and pepper.
nomocrow, Mar 08 2008
  

       Get that fucking chicken outta my car...
blissmiss, Mar 08 2008
  

       Keep in mind that this farm could very well be free-range. After all, the only difference is a bigger cage.
Shadow Phoenix, Mar 08 2008
  

       Why do chicken coops have 2 doors? Because if they had 4 doors, they'd be chicken sedans.
Gamma48, May 19 2009
  

       Holy cow. [UnaBubba] likes you. Start counting your blessings ;-)   

       [Gamma], after that post, I like you. Start counting your blessings ;-)
normzone, May 19 2009
  

       I want an automated chicken.
sninctown, May 19 2009
  

       Why was I such an angry young woman last year? I'm so much older and mature now. God get a grip blissmiss.
blissmiss, May 20 2009
  
      
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