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Slow Grow Cornish

Start your Slow Grow Cornish Rock broiler chicks just as you start any baby chick. Start them on a 20-22% Chick and/or Broiler Starter. Keep them on that ration for the first 4.5 to 5 weeks. At that age, switch them to an 18% Chick Grower. Provide 3 inches of feeder space and 1 inch per chick of watering space.

Full Maturity: 11 to 12 weeks+

Ready Weight:

  • Cornish Game hen at 2.5lbs
  • Cornish Broilers at 4 to 5lb+
  • Let them grow out even longer for more weight...

Total Feed Consumption: 12 to 17lbs+ per bird.

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White Cornish Cross Fast Grow Organic Poultry Broiler Finisher Pellets #908 2500lbs Eggs, Cornish Cross Slow Grow
Cornish Cross, White - Fast GrowOrganic Poultry Broiler Finisher Pellets #908 2500lbsEggs, Cornish Cross Slow Grow

Raised On: ORGANIC FEED - GMO Free Gender: Straight-Run 50/50 male/female Perfect for raising your own bird to table White are the typical colors of these birds' feathers. They are the FAST growing Cornish Cross, it takes them four to eight...

Organic Poultry Broiler Finisher Pellets #6100 17% Protein Estimate Ration: About 10 to 20lbs per bird. Use: During the final period of feeding meat birds or for raising up pullets into layers, beyond 4 to 5 weeks of age, you can switch to these...

CORNISH CROSS SLOW GROW Perfect for raising your own bird to table, Sustainable living... White with Some spotting and Red coloration's are the typical colors of these chicks feathers. They are slower growing than the Fast Growing Cornish Cross,...

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Cornish Cross, White - Slow Grow Cornish Cross, Red - Slow Grow Red Slow Grow Broilers
Cornish Cross, White - Slow GrowCornish Cross, Red - Slow GrowCornish Cross, Red - Slow Grow

Perfect for raising your own bird to table White are the typical colors of these birds' feathers. They are slower growing than the Cornish Cross, it takes them eleven to twelve weeks to grow to four or five pounds+. However, due to this they have...

Perfect for raising your own bird to table Red are the typical colors of these birds' feathers. They are slower growing than the Cornish Cross, it takes them eleven to twelve weeks to grow to four or five pounds+. However, due to this they have...

Raised On: Organic Feed Hatched Week: 11/18/2015 Gender: Straight run 50/50 male/female Full Maturity: 11 to 12 weeks Perfect for raising your own bird to table Red are the typical colors of these birds' feathers. They are slower growing than the...

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Organic Turkey Starter Crumble #5051 50lbs Organic Chick Starter and Poultry Grower Crumbles #6024 Organic Poultry Broiler Finisher Pellets #6100 50lbs
Organic Turkey Starter Crumble #5051 50lbsOrganic Chick Starter and Poultry Grower Crumbles #6024 50lbsOrganic Poultry Broiler Finisher Pellets #6100 50lbs
Organic Turkey Starter Crumble #5051 28% Protein Use: Turkey chick starter and grower crumbles have a minimum of 28% protein and are used to start out baby chicks. Use this formula for 6 to 10 weeks. Ingredients: Organic soybean meal, organic...

Use: Chick starter and grower crumbles have a minimum of 22% protein and are used to start out baby chicks. Use this formula for the whole 4 to 6-week grow out period. This feed can also be fed up to 18 weeks when your hens start laying eggs....

Organic Poultry Broiler Finisher Pellets #6100 17% Protein Estimate Ration: About 10 to 20lbs per bird. Use: During the final period of feeding meat birds or for raising up pullets into layers, beyond 4 to 5 weeks of age, you can switch to these...

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Fast Grow White Cornish

Start your Cornish Rock broiler chicks just as you start any baby chick. Start them on a 20-22% Chick and/or Broiler Starter. Keep them on that ration for the first 4.5 to 5 weeks. At that age, switch them to an 18% Chick Grower. Please make sure you restrict the feed as we outline below! Provide 3 inches of feeder space and 1 inch per chick of watering space.

You will "full feed" your broiler chicks around the clock for the first 5 days of age. At 7:00 p.m. of the 5th day, make sure your broiler chicks are completely out of feed. That means there is positively no feed from 7:00 p.m. of the 5th day of age until 7:00 a.m. the following morning. You want them out of feed for 12 consecutive hours. Water, yes, but no feed for 12 hours. Continue this "minor feed restriction" program, removing the feed every night, until time of slaughter. Failure to follow this feeding program may result in heart attacks. Sudden Death Syndrome or "flip" as it is sometimes called can result because of the very rapid growth of your Broiler Chicks. Following the above restriction outline, religiously, every night commencing the 5th night of their 5th day of age, will reduce the "flip" thing substantially.

 

Full Maturity: 4 to 8 weeks+

Ready Weight:

  • Cornish Game hen at 2.5lbs
  • Cornish Broilers at 4 to 6lb+
  • Let them grow out even longer for more weight...

Total Feed Consumption: 10 to 15lbs+ per bird.