Most of us on this site do not believe in raising chickens in the usual commercial manner, with the max number of chickens in the minimum amt of space. We don't like it: personally, environmentally, spiritually, for many diff reasons, as we are many diff people. Not the best place for advice about that; for many of us, its something that just raises our hackles.
Coming as we do from so many different regions, ethnicities, religious and political beliefs (shoulda seen us in October!), nations too; love of these birds might be the one thing we have in common.
Some here regard their birds more as pets, sit themon their shoulder and talk a lot about their antics. Others more into butchering techniques, homesteading, right way to treat your property and your animals as beloved, respected property. Some seem to be getting ready for the apocalypse, and others just want to keep their food bills down. Some are trying to get back to the land, homeschooling, canning, etc. Some are into organic farming and sustainable living.
Some of us have chickens mostly for their eggs but love them too, as individuals. Some have six chickens, some sixty. Some have twelve for eggs and a hundred new meaties coming and going all the time.
So we're pretty good for giving and getting advice on how to raise happy,healthy chickens. On "How to get the max birds on the least land and get the most out of them? Ah, not so much.