Speaking of feather pickers, I'm going to make myself a chicker picker, one that Plucks (probably will come out Pbleep) the feathers off the chickens. I need a 18 section of black ABS 4 inch pipe, a 2 ft metal rod, an electric motor, and an 8 ft length of doweling cut into 6 in lengths. Then I'll need to build a housing with a slotted grate for the top.
I saw an electric feather plucker on Dirty Jobs and it removed the feathers from ducks and geese in less then 30 seconds. Fantastic.
That's when I said, I need one of those.
Oooh Brian, how cool is that!!! I am so impressed with what you can do. If/when we have the bee barbeque this summer (I will probably be living about 4 hours further north, but will still do my ding dangest to come), I would love to see that in action. Never mind the pigeons, let's do a big fat rooster for one of the menu items, picked and plucked the same day, smiling.
Jerry, right, so you were the one talking about Monkey Butt Powder. I remember my Husband talking about his his "butt grabber" seat on his Harley that bugs the crap out of him and he gets "monkey butt" (think that's what he calls it). It is kind of painful from what I can gather, smiling. I remember telling him that "someone" on the forum had talked about this monkey butt powder, it must have been you, guess you got experience, eh? Smiling, and indeed a hee haw!!!
It kind of reminds me of when I used to ride my mare bareback, saddle sores between the butt cheeks, that really hurts!!
Anyways, it was cool to see that picture of the actual "monkey butt powder". Have a great, most awesomely wonderful day, health. Cindi