(That's his daddy behind him!)
These pics were taken on Christmas day, and he's filled out a bit since then. He was hatched on Memorial day, 2015, so he is 1 year old Monday. Will post some new pics tomorrow.
Edited by cyborg - 5/26/16 at 7:42pm
Oh, I am so sorry! that is the way they all die in my experience. So hard to watch.
I had to go back and see what you were talking about... I got it now..
That is not your fault, you raised them the way the "experts" at the hatcheries and Tyson or Gold n Plump say too. We are telling you they are wrong and there is a better way.
All of it involves common sense things, restrict intake, either by restricting food/protein/calories or feeding fermented food so they puke it all back up, and give them exercise.
I am willing to bet if you saw our birds you would be shocked as they would hardly resemble the birds you raised. Proving environment is as important and genetics.