I also bought the author's scalder book but that project will have to wait a few years.
You need to have some mechanical/builder background to build one of these, but this book does supply great ideas and resources.
Lots of useful information and lots of pictures and diagrams that makes it easy to read and follow.
This is the best written DIY book I've ever read. The illustrations and the way Kimball writes makes this very easy to understand. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Aubrey
Very clear instructions. If you can't follow these directions you probably should hire someone to do your chickens. Well worth the money.Published 1 month ago by Ted Mahan
Followed directions and made this chicken plucker within a few weeks of receiving the book. Came out perfect and is in use.Published 2 months ago by Patricia Reeson
haven't got a chance to build it yet but it sounds like its what we wantPublished 2 months ago by Dianne Miller
If you need to pluck a bunch of chickens easily and quickly then this book might provide the remedy. It does a good job showing how to build a tub style chicken plucker. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Totally ImAussieBull
Yes anyone can build one. It is a lot of work and it will take a lot of patience. It cost me a lot more that I wanted to spend but it works good. This book explanes it good.Published 5 months ago by wes
A good book and instructions with a lot of information but the actual chicken plucker is more expensive then the way it sounds. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ken Pekarek Sr.