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Discussion in 'Meat Birds ETC' started by Loretta212, Dec 27, 2011.
so we had 6 roos and now we have none!
GREAT pictures!! How did they turn out (weight wise)? The one cooked looks excellent!
were those lavendar americana's? how much did they weigh. they looked small. I might have the same dinner in 4 months
Quote:yes they were i also had one very lg black one who was around 8lbs. I had 6 of them,they were all crowing so they had to go
glad to see and hear they are still yummy. I just hatched a few ameracauna's and the roos (will all but one) will go. I was worried they'd almost be too small to be worth it.
these guys were 25ish weeks. they took a long time to start to crow i have some pretty dominate hens but once they were bigger they took right to being noisy as they could hahah some were smaller then others but they were all a pretty good size for birds not really ment for meat
Great plucking job! By hand I assume. When was the harvest and when was your first meal? Curious, as the "normal" banter here is that the boys would be tough to roast..... Thanks, and whoever is in that oven sure looks good... Not as good as in the cage, but good nonetheless!
Quote:yeah it was by hand they were still young if you ask me the hens i have with them do not even lay yet it was actually very moist but we did eat one about 5 hrs after so it was nice and fresh!
How did you kill them? I noticed the head on!