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Not really...they are an egg breed. If you have heritage lines they will be meatier than hatchery birds, but they are still not considered a meat or true dual purpose bird.

If you are raising roosters for meat, you can process at 3-5 mo. and still have a pretty tender bird.
 

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Not really...they are an egg breed. If you have heritage lines they will be meatier than hatchery birds, but they are still not considered a meat or true dual purpose bird.

If you are raising roosters for meat, you can process at 3-5 mo. and still have a pretty tender bird.
Oh thanks !
 
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