3F’s Poultry and Rabbit Processing, LLC is an Oklahoma State Inspected Slaughtering and Processing Facility.  The facility  harvests, processes and packages poultry and rabbits raised by 3F’s Feathers-n-Fur Farm.  Our Farm is a small scale, sustanibale locally owned and family operated  farm .  We raise Cornish Cross Broiler Chicks, Broad Breasted White Turkeys, Pekin Ducks,  Muscovy Ducks & Rabbits.  We also sell farm fresh free range eggs and grass or grain fed beef! We offer meat, and poultry products for sale to the public by appointment. 

3F’s Poultry and Rabbit Processing, LLC opens its facility and services up to the public. We provide a complete service taking a customers live animal to a finished meat product.  All slaughtering and processing operations are overseen by an Oklahoma State Meat Inspector this continuous inspection allows  meat products to be consumed by the owner and sold to the public in wholesale and retail outlets (farmers markets, restaurants, supermarkets and farm stands). Our services extend to backyard growers, county fairs, 4-H members, APA members, FFA members and more. We seek to serve with the highest customer satisfaction in processing and cutting specialized orders.  However, we have limited availability for outside processing so we strongly recommend you contact us several weeks or months before you will need our services.   We follow a HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) program to provide safe, unadulterated products. Our strict sanitation program ensures a clean and sanitary environment.  Our experienced staff is trained in treated all animals with respect and in how to handle animals humanely. 

Appointment Guide

  • Our Services– We offer an Oklahoma State inspected slaughtering and processing
    service for poultry (All breeds of chickens, turkeys, ducks & geese) and rabbits.
  • Appointments– We offer a limited number of public appointments. We process by
    appointment only.
  • Contact– Contact us to schedule an appointment – Phone: Voice or Text (918) 843-
    0232
  • Pre-Appointment Guide
    • Feed Withdrawal– All feed sources should be removed at least 18-24 hours before
      slaughter.
    • Water – Poultry and Rabbits should be supplied with WATER only during the
      withdrawal period.
    • Catching and Loading– It is especially important to catch and load animals in the
      calmest manner possible.
    • Holding and Transportation– You will need to transport your own animals and leave
      them at our facility in your coops/cages. We also allow some producers to trailer their
      birds without crates/coops however trailer must be left at the facility. Please mark
      everything with tags or labels that animals cannot chew off. Please use your full name
      and phone number.
    • Please do not over fill coops/cages as birds/rabbits will die and you will be charged a fee for disposal of carcasses.
  • Appointment Guide
    • Animal Drop Off – will be on a Saturday morning between 7:15 am-7:45 am. You must be on time for your appointment. 
    • All birds/rabbits must have a pre-slaughter inspection and inspection starts at 8:00 am.  If you are late you will be charged an additional fee and maybe denied services.
    • Upon arrival and before unloading, you are expected to check in to fill out processing paperwork.
    • An employee will give you directions on where to drop your trailer or where to unload your coops, carriers and cages. You are responsible for unloading.
  • Meat pick-up –
    • Your pick-up appointment will be on Sunday the day after Slaughter
    • Poultry and Meat products must be picked up on Sunday evening between 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm you will be given an appointment time for pick-up.  (some orders maybe later or the next day)
    • We will notify you of your balance owed when we contact you for pick-up. Please bring exact CASH (no checks, no credit/debit cards)!
    • Bring plenty of exceptionally clean ice chests or other suitable containers for product pick-up. You are responsible for loading your poultry and meat products, coolers, cages & coops.

Poultry and Meat Products not picked on the Sunday (or day and time arranged) after slaughter will be considered forfeited and surrendered with ownership transferred to 3F’s Poultry and Rabbit Processing, LLC no refunds or credits will be given to customer.

Processing Price List 2020

CHICKEN

Whole bird

  • Plastic bag with generic label = $6/bird
  • Vacuum packaged with generic label =  $7/bird

Giblets & Parts

(vacuum sealed packaging and generic label included)

      • Neck = $0.15 each
      • Heart = $0.10 each
      • Liver = $0.25 each
      • Gizzards = $0.50 each

CHICKEN FURTHER PROCESSING

  • Standard Cuts = $2/bird
    • 8 Pieces (2 Breast, 2 Wings, 2 Thighs & 2 Drums)
    • 4 Pieces (2 Breast Quarters & 2 Leg Quarters)
    • 2 Pieces (Split in Half)
    • 1 Piece Butterflied/Spatchcocked
    • Breasts, Thighs, Drums, Leg Quarters, Party Wings

Chicken cut in 8 pieces (plus back)
Party Wings
Butterflied/Spatchcocked
Breast Quarter
Chicken-Leg Quarters

 

TURKEY

Whole bird

  • Up to 20 lbs in plastic bag with generic label = $15/bird 
  • Over 21 lbs in plastic bag with generic label = $18/bird
    • Giblets & Parts (vacuum sealed packaging and generic label included)
      • Neck = $0.30 each
      • Heart = $0.20 each
      • Liver = $0.50 each
      • Gizzards = $0.50 each
      • Tail = $0.50 each

Meat Duck

Whole bird

  • Plastic bag with generic label = $9/bird
  • Vacuum packaged with generic label $10/bird

Muscovy Duck & Goose

Whole bird

  • Plastic bag with generic label = $13/bird
  • Vacuum packaged with generic label $14/bird

RABBIT

  • Vaccum Packaged Whole with Generic label = $7/rabbit
  • Standard Cut up vaccum Packaged with Generic label = $9/rabbit
    • Giblets (vacuum sealed packaging and generic label included)
      • Heart = $0.10/rabbit
      • Liver = $0.25/rabbit
      • Kidneys=$0.15/rabbit

Whole Rabbit
Optiona A & Options B – Whole Duck
Whole Meat Ducks

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PLEASE READ!!!!! 

All poultry owners should familiarize themselves with signs of illness and call the State Veterinarian’s Office if they see:

Nasal discharge
Difficulty breathing
Lethargy
Discolored wattles or combs
Sudden death

If you notice any of these symptoms in your flock prior to your slaughter date we ask that you DO NOT bring your birds to 3F’s Poultry and Rabbit Processing, LLC.

Please report sick birds or unusual bird deaths toOklahoma  State Veterinarian: (405) 522-6139 or (405)-522-0270 or through USDA’s toll-free number at 1-866-536-7593.

Transporting any birds with these symptoms would be devastating to our own operation and the many producers that come into contact with our facility.

Your flock will be checked upon arrival by both the poultry manager and Oklahoma State/USDA inspector. If there are any signs of illness related to Avian Influenza your birds will be rejected.

  • Tips for maintaining biosecurity in backyard poultry
    • Keep your distance and restrict visitors. The primary caretaker of the flock should not enter other poultry facilities, and visitors should be kept at a minimum. Any necessary visitors should clean and disinfect their shoes or wear disposable boot covers prior to entering any pen. If handling birds, disposable gloves should also be worn.
    • Do not allow wild birds to commingle with domesticated poultry. Game birds and migratory waterfowl can carry diseases that can be spread to domesticated poultry. At all costs, keep wild birds from coming in contact with the flock—even if they are housed outdoors. Be sure no other animals or pets come in contact with poultry or feeding and watering receptacles.
    • Maintain cleanliness! Clean and disinfect your hands, clothes, shoes and equipment before and after handling poultry. A good biosecurity practice is to have a pair of shoes that are kept next to the pen door and only worn when inside the pen. Feed bins should be secured to prevent contamination by wild birds or rodents. Spoiled feed should be removed promptly to prevent attracting wild birds or rodents. Clean and disinfect all tools and equipment thought to have been contaminated. Promptly dispose of dead birds by burial or composting. Maintain effective rodent and insect control programs.
    • Don’t haul the disease home. If your birds have been near other poultry such as during a show or contest, clean and disinfect poultry cages and equipment before coming home. Birds that have been near other poultry should be quarantined from the rest of the flock for 14 days. This will give the bird time to show sickness. New birds should be kept from your flock for at least 30 days before putting them with the rest of the birds. After coming into contact with other birds, be sure to shower and wash clothing before handling your birds.
    • Be neighborly, but don’t risk disease! The health of your birds should be first priority. Do not share birds, borrow lawn and garden equipment, tools or poultry supplies from other bird owners. Items that cannot be disinfected such as wood pallets or egg cartons should not be shared.
    • Know the warning signs. Birds infected with HPAI may exhibit lack of energy and appetite, decreased egg production, abnormal egg shape, respiratory distress, diarrhea and swelling or purple discoloration of the head, eyelids, comb, wattles and legs.
    • Report sick birds. Keep in mind that isolated instances of mortality are common in a backyard flock and do not require reporting. However, be aware that drastic instances of sickness and mortality in large numbers of birds should be reported to officials. Prompt diagnosis of widespread sickness in flocks is a critical step in containing any devastating disease. For diagnosis of any widespread disease, contact the Oklahoma Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (OADDL) in Stillwater, OK 405-744-6623. The OADDL works closely with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture to test and identify contagious diseases. If avian influenza is suspected in an Oklahoma backyard poultry flock, please contact one of the sources listed below immediately.

 

Local County Extension Educator

Local Veterinarian

State Veterinarian: (405) 522-6139 or (405)-522-0270

USDA toll free number: 1-866-536-7593

Biosecurity is a crucial best management practice for small flock owners. Producers following simple biosecurity practices can help reduce the risk of introducing a poultry disease such as avian influenza, onto the farm resulting in healthy flocks and minimized economic losses.