How to Make Bone Broth: From chicken to the jar

We raise Cornish Cross chickens for meat. This past week we finished butchering them all. In order to avoid any waste, we of course use the whole chicken! Bones included.
I’ll show you how we get the chicken cut up, to where I have the leftover bones, how to cook the broth, and how to pressure can it for long term storage.

*Any pressure canning instructions are based on what has worked for me. If you are hesitant, please follow the instructions from your trusted canning manual.*

Are there more than twenty-five ways to cook broth? Yes, there sure is. But this is how I do it and it has worked great for me.

For more about our Cornish cross chickens, please read this post: https://www.jandrfarmstn.com/?p=6198

Here’s another post on bone broth: https://www.jandrfarmstn.com/?p=3018

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