I'm a little braver than I was last year, when I carefully averted my eyes from most parts of the harvest process. I still opted not to kill or gut, but at least I could watch and learn without getting squicked out at all. For me, the change is enormous.
We're all getting better at this process.
The equipment has been tweaked, with table heights adjusted and more trading around of tasks to avoid fatigue. Two people brought knife sharpeners. Instead of packing the birds in trash bags, we used food-grade shrink wrap. Little changes make a big difference at the end of the day.
Turkeys weren't the only thing on the harvest agenda. There were also
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