Chicken plucker

Chicken plucker

During the depression of the 1930s, city dwellers would sometimes engage a “chicken plucker” who would, for a nickel or so, pull the feathers from a chicken to be dressed.
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That's exactly what Herrick Kimball did when he introduced the Whizbang chicken plucker.
To create the scam, Firth and his art forger - an underused Tom Courtenay - recruit Texas chicken plucker and weekend rodeo queen Cameron Diaz.
Expect legendary chicken plucker Robert Unwin, rolypoly Emma Chawner and this year's Ant 'N' Seb, who sang Mysterious Girl complete with the awful raps of "Move Your Body".
Although the smelly chicken plucker appears to be a unique case in the annals of science, Greek mythology may have provided a precedent.
A FORMER chicken plucker who groped a teenage boy as Prince Charles laid a wreath of flowers at the Cenotaph,escaped jail yesterday.
But many tax professionals, not just this old chicken plucker, thinks the argument proves too much.
He refers to Tyson in the introduction as "a billionaire chicken plucker from Arkansas," and refers to John Tyson Sr.
My technique will easily render the kind of scald that allowed world champion chicken plucker, Ernest Housen, of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, to hand-pluck a chicken in 4.
Chicken plucker Robert Unwin and roly-poly Emma Chawner had the audience in stitches while wacky double act Ant 'N' Seb almost stole the show.
Plans were made, pots were filled, the ax was sharpened, a chopping block acquired and the borrowed chicken plucker was plugged in.
Speaking of butchering, Ray Kreuziger said his chicken plucker works pretty slick (see page 71 in this issue).
This is only one example of a low-cost chicken plucker.