Box 507 - 4703 E. Cleveland Blvd. - Caldwell, Idaho 83606-0507
Phone 208.459.9088 - Fax 208.455.0665
Store Hours: 8am - 6pm Mon-Fri and 8am - 5pm Sat
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BROILERS

BROILER FACT-SOME PEOPLE THINK THAT BROILER CHICKENS GROW SO FAST BECAUSE THEY ARE FED HORMONES OR STEROIDS, REST ASSURED THEY ARE NOT, IT IS ILLEGAL TO FEED THEM EITHER.

White Cornish Cross

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Each 25+ 50+ 100+
Straight Run $2.10 $2.00 $1.85 $1.65
Cornish Cross are the primary bird for meat production. To insure you the best meat bird available, all our White Cornish hatching eggs come from large commercial farms in Arkansas. These birds can be butchered as early as 6 weeks. Males will dress out at 4 to 5 lbs at 7 weeks with females dressing the same weight at 8 weeks of age. We recommend restricting their diet after 1 week of age. Let them go 10 to 12 hours without food at night.

Red Ranger

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Each 25+ 50+ 100+
Straight Run $2.60 $2.50 $2.35 $2.15
S & G Poultry has developed this red broiler to have a great growth rate with impressive feed conversion and livability. The breast meat on a long keel is in natural proportion to the leg meat. Rangers are yellow skinned, with strong legs that won't break down. This bird is an excellent choice for organic and free range operations. They can handle extreme temperatures and lay a large brown egg. The roosters weigh 4 1/2 to 5 lbs at eight weeks and average 8 lbs at 12 weeks.

Turken (Naked Necks)

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Each 25+ 50+ 100+
Straight Run $2.65 $2.55 $2.40 $2.20
They may not be the most elegant looking bird, but are often regarded as the premier eating bird because of their superior meat texture and very thick skin, which crisps to perfection when roasted. They come in a variety of colors and lay large brown eggs.

Rolin S

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Each 25+ 50+ 100+
Straight Run $2.60 $2.50 $2.35 $2.15
The Rolin S is another great choice for a free-range meat bird. This bird has slightly higher fat content and red meat giving it a full and robust flavor. The Rolin S will give you the heritage look with good feed conversion and healthy growth rate. With a good diet and supplemental foraging this bird can grow to 6 lbs in 10 weeks.