I know they're a little different but I have 2 red rangers that were hatched by a broody 4 wks ago and 6 freedom rangers that were bought locally and raised in a brooder and are 3 wks old and are totally different birds. Just wanted to post how giant and cornish-like the freedom rangers are... they are way cuter than cornish (they're golden and brown) and maybe grow a tiny bit slower but are a whole different bird than my red rangers. They already sit most of the day and have trouble walking . The two red rangers who live with mom are "normal chickens"...they're sleek, fast, and have long normal legs. The freedoms are fat, huge breasted, waddle slowly, and have thick legs. I wish I had a freedom with the broody for comparison but she wouldn't take it. Here are some pics. (all free-range during the day and mom-less chicks roost in a brooder at night. Here is my buff orp with a 4 wk old Red Ranger...the freedoms are twice the weight and size I know there is no scale but here are the Freedom Rangers at almost 3 wks old with 3 wk old silver laced wyandottes and a 6 wk old easter egger for size comparison... they're GIANTS!