I always watch when mine are munching the skin pieces, I have had a few of mine get to some tough skin and didn't quite scissor it off properly and tried to inhale the whole thing like that. It happens sometimes, so I try to remain nearby when they are eating an item which might have a skin piece on it and if I think it really may cause a problem, I remove it ahead of time.
Odd that the neck had skin on it but that may just be me since I don't know how you sourced your necks. But the necks, whether chicken, duck or turkey, that I buy are always just the bone and flesh on it, without any skin. We buy these commonly from the local Asian/Ethnic markets.
Post by abbeytheferret6 on Aug 23, 2017 10:30:24 GMT -5
As Sherry said---just hold off on necks. Generally skin is easily pulled off on poultry. Scissors are a nice tool to use for cutting extra tough skin off. I trim all that jagged and tough skin off the edges of wings--as you can see in my pic that i sent u of a mid section of a wing.