Along with my egg layers I've wanted to start up a small sustainable meat flock of LF white Cornish. I met an individual on line through FB that just happens to breed and show these birds. And he lives only an hour away fro me. I asked about selling some of the ones that didn't make his cut for breeding. He said he had several young culls and cast offs that were excellent birds but didn't have the strength in the areas he wanted to include in his program. His yard birds as he called them because they had free run of the yard. I'm excited. These 'yard birds' of his have had six years of intense selective breeding. They may not be show quality for him but they're far better than I could create in 60 years probably. The roo is a bit roughed up because being with other roos, they do what comes naturally - rough each other up but he is very robust. I'll take pics tomorrow. To late to take today.