Moved to new place (Europe), no nice butchers around, only store found has chickens with yellowed parts like in the attachment. I never seen tint like that on a chicken and wondering what does it mean?
In South Africa, it is called geelhoender or yellow chicken. It means the chicken ate its natural diet of seeds, lentils, and various other good chicken food.
You also get geelvet beesvleis which is a type of beef that has been grass-fed. Its fat also has a yellow tint to it.
Beef that is fed corn gets the traditional white fat. The yellow fat is delicious. It is one of the few things that keeps me from going full vegan.
It should be considered a sign of quality.
Generally speaking yellow is not a bad color for meat. Certain herbivores just get that tint if fed a certain diet.
Green on the other hand is a sign of spoilage or that croc known as dry ageing.