Red Cornish

Product ID: 1RC
This breed has a more proportioned white to dark meat yield. Slightly smaller than the Royal Red. Live weight 5.4 lbs. 9 wks.
This is a reddish colored bird with some having barred feathering. This breed has a more proportioned white to dark meat yield. Slightly smaller than the Royal Red. Live weight 5.4 lbs. 9 wks.
 
Minimum Order Quantity:  20
 

Red Cornish

Pricing

Sex 1-24 25-49 50-99 100+ Quantity Hatch Date
Straight Run $2.68  $2.40  $1.95  $1.37 
Min: 20
Male $2.40  $2.25  $1.75  $1.30 
Female $2.75  $2.45  $2.00  $1.45 

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Optional Vaccination's are preformed at the hatchery.
GrowGel and Viatman packs may be shipped with the birds or shipped separately before your birds arrive.

The table below is for the next several hatches. You can pick the date during the check out process
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Straight Run
Male
Female
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FIRST DAY INSTRUCTIONS: have a clean draft free pen with fresh water and new feed. When baby poultry arrives make sure they drink water then give them feed. A one foot high chick guard should be used around chicks brooding area to keep them near the heat source and stop any drafts, it can be taken away after 10 days.

TEMPERATURE:
for the first week at chick height should be 90-95 degrees. Decrease the temperature 5 degrees per week until temperature of 65 is reached. A brooder lamp (heat bulb) 4 bulb, 250-watt is sufficient for 300 chicks; lesser amounts can be brooded with a single lamp.

WATCH THE BEHAVIOR: to determine if it’s warm enough. When cold they will be loud and huddle close together, if comfortable they will be reasonably quiet and will be eating, drinking or sleeping.

BEDDING: use 2 to 4 inches of dry litter, such as pine wood shavings, chopped straw or other appropriate bedding, do not use newspaper or other slick material, this can cause legs to slip out from underneath them and cause serious leg problems. Do not use bedding such as cedar chips, treated shavings, large thick wood chips or dusty sawdust.

FEED & WATER: Use a good starter feed, (local feed dealer) then switch to a grower feed. Two 1-gallon waters and two 24-inch feeders per 100 chicks when they are little and then use larger waters and feed containers as they get older. When weather permits and the young poultry are old enough you can let them outside. Granite grit helps their digestive system for meat birds.

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