Hello, first time poster, longtime lurker here! I've searched a bit through the forum, but didn't find quite what I was looking for. I have 3 each red ranger, broad breasted white, and broad breasted bronze birds. They are our first meatbirds, and they are all destined for a big campout in mid-July. The RRs will be 114 days old, while the turkeys will be 110 days old on the day I want to slaughter. My questions for you wise souls are these: 1 - am I insane to think we'll be able to process 6 turkeys and 3 chickens in one day? We will have many helping hands, and then 3 days to brine them all before cooking. 2 - are the rangers going to be too tough by day 114? Murray McMurray says 80 days, but a friend insists they take 16 weeks... what have your experiences been? 3 - will the BBBs be worth eating at 110 days? I know they are slower growing than the BBWs, and don't mind a range of sizes Part of the plan is for kids to experience the whole cycle here, and for our friends to taste a variety of birds so they can "place orders" for future batches. So thank you kindly for any advice you have!