How to recycle chicken waste for chicken soup and salad

The US is in a desperate situation.

It’s estimated that more than 1 billion chickens and turkeys have been killed for their feathers over the last century, and more than 300 million pounds of feathers are disposed of annually. 

But this waste can be recycled.

And the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced that they will be recycling all of their chicken waste into a new product that can be used to make chicken soup.

The new product, called “chicken soup and salads” will be made by a US company called Blue Ridge Farms. 

According to the Blue Ridge website, Blue Ridge’s product is a “durable and environmentally responsible” chicken broth.

It will be produced from chicken waste and water that is recycled through a process that uses recycled water, a process called desalination.

The soup will also contain a blend of chicken-based ingredients that have been blended to create a “healthier, more flavorful, and healthier” product. 

So far, Blue and his team have received approval from the USDA for their product to be sold in the US. 

The product will be marketed as “Blue Ridge Chicken Soup and Dried Salad” by the USDA, and will be available for purchase starting in September. 

This is a great start to the process of recycling chicken waste. 

It’s good to see the government is listening to the public and is doing more to encourage the industry to continue this important process of reducing its footprint on the planet.