I eat their chops, brisket and rib muscles (jerky), as well as neck roasts. The hindquarters, other than the exposed section that ever home and professional butcher removes, since it is dried-out is protected via legs-down drainage, assuming you removed the bladder and the anus, thus allowing full drainage and NO liquid accumulation. The pool of liquid that head down hanging induces is just bacterial growth medium production when pooled up in the chest cavity. Bon appetit!!