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Meat Birds
(Broilers, Roasters, Fryers, and Game Hens)

Jumbo Cornish X Rocks
This is the most remarkable meat producing bird we have ever seen. Special matings produce chicks with broad breasts, big thighs, white plumage, and yellow skin. The rapid growth of these chicks is fantastic and the feed efficiency remarkable.

Barbecue Special
Here's a chance to get some fast growing chicks that will make delicious, broad breasted, chicken to be prepared by your favorite method of cooking.
Red Ranger Broilers
Red Ranger Broiler
The Red Ranger has an outstanding growth rate reaching approximately 6.7 pounds in just over 80 days. These birds have great livability and a 70% live to dress weight yield. The breast meat is in natural proportion to the leg meat. It has yellow skin, shanks and beak with dark red feathers showcasing black highlights. An excellent forager, the Red Ranger is able to withstand the free range or natural living environment very well.

 


Frying Pan Special
Some people prefer a smaller, lighter bird for fryers and these will fill that bill. They are white feathered, yellow skinned, light breed cockerel chicks from either our White Leghorns.

Cornish Roaster
It is ideal as a fryer (when butchered young), roaster or capon. The Cornish Roaster takes about 2 weeks longer to mature than the Jumbo Cornish X Rock but still has all of the same qualities; large breast and thighs, yellow skin, and is easy to dress.
Pioneer
Pioneer
The Pioneer chicken is considered to be a dual purpose bird. It has one of the most unique feather color patterns we have ever seen. No two birds look alike! The hens lay large brown eggs and the males reach market weight in around 12 weeks.

Cornish Game Hens
Have you ever admired the Cornish Game Hens for sale in the supermarket? Have you ever wondered if you could grow them yourself? Now you can!