Just sitting at home on a snowy day in Virginia (few and far between) dreaming about this spring's new additions to my flock. I would like to do some meaties this year so any experience would be helpful. They offer two hybrids: Vantress X Arbor (AA70) Cross - One of the great ones -- two of the best known broiler strains combined to give you the ultimate in broilers -- fast growth, improved conversion, extra stamina, and livability. The Hubbard White Mountain Broiler - It is a quiet bird, extremely fast growing, well-feathered and has excellent conformation. It is the type that many hatcheries refer to as "cornish cross" and is fully capable of reaching a weight of 4 lbs. in 6 to 7 weeks. They also make excellent roasters, rapidly attaining the 7 to 8 lbs. required for this type of bird. The pullets ay a reasonable amount of eggs for several months if not allowed to become too fat. Any experience with either one of these? The cost is the same for both. $100.00 for 100 birds straight run. Thanks.