Dividing up the run (Feedback needed)

KikiDeAnime

Crowing
My dad has decided to divide up the selected area so that we can have 3 separate yards for our birds. 1 for the main flock, 1 for the duck flock, and 1 for new year's grow outs. I agreed as it'll make it easier for me to grow out next year's babies while also easier to keep the ducks happy. Each yard will have it's own coop so housing isn't an issue for us.
We recently got a rabbit hutch for free from our neighbors that moved out that will work for an outdoor brooder for a mama hens and chicks. It has 2 sections; A top section and a bottom section. Perfect for if we end up with 2 possible broodies.
We also have our 2 old coops that we can use.
The whole flock currently sleep in the new large coop that was built 2-3 weeks ago.

Can anyone tell me what the minimum feet of yard needed for 10 chickens, minimum feet of yard needed for 3 ducks, and minimum feet of yard needed for 10 grow outs/babies?? I just need to know the minimum feet for each yard.
Square feet confuses me so I put feet on purpose as it's easier for me to understand.

FuzzyCritters

Songster
10 x 10 for the chickens
8 x 6 for the ducks
Will the chick pen be merged with the chicken pen, or will they be separate forever? Either way, you will need it to be 10 x 10.

KikiDeAnime

Crowing
10 x 10 for the chickens
8 x 6 for the ducks
Will the chick pen be merged with the chicken pen, or will they be separate forever? Either way, you will need it to be 10 x 10.
Next year will be slow growing meat birds so they'll be separated forever.
And unless our cockerel breeds his hens, the chick pen won't be used for anything except meat birds.

FuzzyCritters

Songster
Next year will be slow growing meat birds so they'll be separated forever.
And unless our cockerel breeds his hens, the chick pen won't be used for anything except meat birds.
What kind of meat birds? That does change the amount of space needed.

KikiDeAnime

Crowing
What kind of meat birds? That does change the amount of space needed.
The feed store calls them Red Rangers

aart

Chicken Juggler!
The feed store calls them Red Rangers
How many of them?
IIRC slaughter is usually about 12-16 weeks on those,
but might want to ask in the meat bird forum.

KikiDeAnime

Crowing
How many of them?
IIRC slaughter is usually about 12-16 weeks on those,
but might want to ask in the meat bird forum.
I'm only getting 10 as I'll be selling most of them after butcher.

aart

Chicken Juggler!
I'm only getting 10 as I'll be selling most of them after butcher.
I'd go with 10x10 then.