Broiler Chicken Deboning

Date of Publication
May 5, 2022
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The demand for boneless chicken meat is increasing because of the development of food service convenience products and new cooking methods. This publication will teach you how to properly debone a broiler chicken.

This publication outlines a simple method for disjointing broilers and removing meat from the bone. The publication will walk you through step by step on how to debone a broiler chicken, accompanied with images. (8 Pages)

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