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Old 11-04-2008, 06:03 PM
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I got 6 partridge yesterday, I was starting to get a little grosed out by cleaning 6 birds. The way that i clean a partridge is to spread the wings out on the ground and step on them and pull the legs. After that I cut the legs off and cut away the breast meat. That is not as gross as gutting a deer but you normaly don't gut 6 deer in a row!! Is there anybody that cleans a partridge a diferent way that works for you?
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Old 11-04-2008, 07:46 PM
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i cut off the wings at the joint same goes for feet and then the neck with poultry shears . i cut open at the bottom and pull out the guts and rinse with water.then pluck you can skin it by making a slit then pulling.
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Old 11-15-2008, 06:19 PM
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I'm pretty much like joel, but after cutting off the legs,wings,neck I then skin it and remove the guts and wash out the inside cavity.
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i step on the wings and pull just untell it splits apart then i grab were the neck used to be so the top of the breast there should be a little spot for your finger put you finger there and pull and everything should come off including the skin
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You got 6??? your only allowed 5 per day...nice
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