Ok, so I have 2 roosters and a younger female. Obviously I can't keep them all together and am not building another coop and don't really have a way to keep them all. So one of the roosters is going to be dinner (unless I can find a good home, but if someone else is going to eat it, it may as well be me). SO my question is, way back when we were planning on getting them the lady at the feed store said you didn't want to feed medicated starter if you were going to eat them. They are 12 weeks today and have been on medicated starter since the beginning. Can you still eat them? And this kinda goes hand in hand, our TSC only has chick stuff during spring chick season, so I have about 1/4 bag of medicated starter left. I only have the 1 baby still, so I know I have plenty for that one, but is it ok to switch the food of the older birds yet? And what kind should I get? Its just the 2 roosters so I don't need to worry about egg laying quality food or anything. Thanks. I hope that makes sense.