Hey folks, We have two BLR Wyandotte roos that we should have butchered last week at 12 weeks, but I dithered about keeping one or both for hawk lookouts. I ultimately decided that if I'm going to feed a roo, he'll have to have the genetics to be more than just a lookout. Anyway, right now they are eating starter crumbles with the pullets. Should I separate them and feed them on corn until the weekend? Or, because they are getting older by the minute, should I separate them, take away their food tonight, and dispatch* them tomorrow? I haven't been able to find a definite answer on whether the corn will do any good. E *OK, OK. DH will do the dispatching and the gutting. I will do the plucking and the cooking. We are using these roos as test cases to see if we can handle some Cornish X in the fall.