I have heard that a dorking cornish cross is even better than a regular cornish for meat. Any ideas on the subject? Right now I have 99 barred rocks that are dual purpose and will be processing the males for meat and keeping the females for eggs. I was hoping in the future to raise something just for meat and keep the eggers seperate. I also didnt know if I was crossing the dorking with the cornish if I would want a dorking male or female and a cornish male or female.