Detali, oh yea! They have plenty of space! We have 28 hens and 2 roosters. Their coop is 8' x 12' (96 sq ft), which is 3.2 sq ft per chicken. Yes, that is lower than the 4 sq ft per chicken, but we live in Southern California and are outside during the day year 'round. They only go in the coop to sleep and lay eggs. In addition, their is a second coop that is used as the brooder coop or just a "getaway" during the non-winter months (too draft for winter so we close it). It is an additional 20 sq. ft. As for the run, it is 24 x 24 if we close up the brooder coop and run access (a little less than 20 sq ft per chicken). With the brooder run open (even with coop closed) it is an additional 8' x 24', which increases it almost 26 sq. ft per chicken. Not to mention, that if we are home (most every day since DH is unemployed), their run is opened and they free-range (we live in 0.41 acre).
The ingredients are very similar aside from higher protein. We don't ship out eggs or chicks, but we do hatch our own. I will switch over to the breeder pellets then. Thanks all!!