Boneless breast, bone in thighs and legs mainly. All hand work, we aren't a huge operation, 1-2k birds a year. Plenty to supply my 40 acres needs...
We incorporate the rib cage/spine, wings/legs and any other waste into our compost piles. This allows microbes to remove all tissues from the bones without using an energy source.
When we go to use the compost the bones are separated during screening and then powdered.
The only thing off topic in this thread is whining. So many dots in this thread that take some logical thinking and some not so logical thinking to connect.
Imagine if all of these heads would work towards a common goal with openness...whether privately or publicly... we have bigger competition coming from Corporate America than we do from woo salesman or anyone else...