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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capon

A capon (from Latin: caponem) is a cockerel (rooster) that has been castrated to improve the quality of its flesh for food and, in some countries like Spain, fattened by forced feeding.. In the United Kingdom, birds sold as capons are chemically or physically castrated cocks.

www.countryfarm-lifestyles.com/caponize-chickens.html

How and Why to Caponize Backyard Chickens and How Caponizing is Done. When you are homesteading and raising chickens you may want to caponize your chickens. To caponize a chicken means to neuter it. Neutering is done to make chickens fatter and more tender when they are slaughtered. What is a Capon?

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A capon is a special type of chicken created to make the meat more tender and less gamy. It is a rooster that has been castrated before reaching sexual maturity, which improves the quality of the meat; after that, it is fed a rich diet of milk or porridge.

modernfarmer.com/2014/04/capons-unfairly-forgotten-piece-agriculture-somewhat...

After years of bland chickens and dried-out holiday turkeys, a taste of capon made me wish George Beuoy’s vision of the Capon of Tomorrow had come to pass. But developing a mass market for capons would require a Herculean marketing effort the producers currently show no inclination to undertake.

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Tag: difference between chicken and capon. All About Capon. What is a capon? A capon is a male chicken that is gelded, or castrated, at a young age, and then fed a rich diet of milk or porridge until it reaches 6 to 12 pounds, between the age of 5 and 6 months. The flesh is very white and, unlike that of other chickens,…

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A capon is a male chicken that is gelded (that is, castrated) at a young age, and allowed to grow until it reaches between 6 and 12 pounds. Our farmers use traditional surgical methods, rather than the chemical caponization more common in modern farming.

www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-capon.htm

A high quality capon has a dramatically different flavor than traditional roast chicken. Unfortunately, the industrialization of meat production has made capons rare. Chicken breeds raised for meat are engineered to mature quickly, so that they can be sent to market in as little as five weeks.

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center-of-the-plate.com/2012/11/13/all-about-capon

All About Capon. Posted by D'Artagnan on November 13, 2012 October 29, 2018. What is a capon? A capon is a male chicken that is gelded, or castrated, at a young age, and then fed a rich diet of milk or porridge until it reaches 6 to 12 pounds, between the age of 5 and 6 months. The flesh is very white and, unlike that of other chickens, marbled ...

www.backyardchickens.com/.../how-to-caponize-a-rooster-warning-graphic-pics.210041

My hope is that this may be part of a start of a new caponizing movement. The first step to caponize is to starve the birds to reduce the size if the internal organs. 36 hours without food and 24 hours without water. For example on Thursday at 8PM I took the food away. On Friday at 8AM I took away the water and put the roosters in cages in my ...