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Availability Display below is for the next several hatches. This breed is available for future dates. You can pick the date during the check out process. Green: available. Blue: limited availability. Red: not available.
|Egg Size:||extra large|
|Weeks to Maturity:||8|
|Likely to sit on eggs:||not at all likely|
Please Note: Jumbo Cornish X Rocks are hybrids. Therefore we do not recommend breeding, they will not produce the same high quality in the next generation and due to the extreme rate of growth they will be too large at time of sexual maturity to breed successfully.
As a reminder, to help ensure a safe arrival to you, the minimum number of chicks for each order prior to April 1st is 25. On and after April 1st, the minimum number of chicks required is 15. You can mix and match any type of baby chick in your order to reach the applicable chick minimum order. If ordering any bantams, we require a minimum of 15 bantams per order.
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May 16 thru may 18 is our hatch date for our fair for meat chickens. Do u have them available for that day?
Yes, they would hatch and ship on 5/16 for arrival between 5/17 and 5/19.
do they need a special diet to grow properly?
We recommend on the CXR you start them on a 20-23% Broiler starter, after 5 weeks switch them to a 18-20% grower finisher. We also suggest taking their food away at night starting at 10 days of age. This can cut down on any potential leg problems.
What is better for eating, males or females? How many would you suggest for our first time raising meat chickens?
There isn't much difference between males and female other than the females take a little longer to reach butcher weight. They will taste the same. Most of our first time meat raisers will start with 15 to 25 chicks.Show all Questions and Answers
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