I know on Kauai there is a lot of wild chickens that got loose after hurricane Iniki destroyed all the chicken fence at peoples farms. Unreal how tame they are too, if you feed them, they come within arms legnth.
Quite so after the Aspen turn color and they take to eating pine needles … GAG!
Early in the season when the diet is tender Aspen leaf, they aren’t bad … I brine soak them for 8 hours using salt and brown sugar, drain then let them rest for 24 – 48 hours in the refrigerator, draining off any juices. Slow smoke them over cherry wood for about 4 hours, then de-bone and serve over wild rice and mushroom sauce.
… Die and go to Heaven …
Cook them like your regular chicken, and the soles of your boot will be more tender and taste better
id like to go on a rock cornish game hunt too…………………………….
id imagine blind hunting those chickens. “chicken hawk” blind would be a good name for that system.
foghorn leghorn would be a good marketing icon.
chicken decoys, rubber chickens, the possiblities are limitless.
i like mine baked and broiled.
You left out the possibilities for Scentlok developing a whole line of Barnyard Camo and H&S, Tinks, etc., starting whole new lines of cover scents … Hen-n-Heat, Corn Scratch, Worm & Grub. Carlton or Primos could market the all the new calls, Fighting Hen, Cluck-n-Pluck, Rooster Hooker Hen call, Cock o’the Walk, etc.