I wonder what I'd get if...


Star Bright Farm
11 Years
Jul 24, 2008
Brown City, Michigan (Thumb)
I cross black copper Maran and standard Cornish? As for color, I don't care. I'm just wondering about meat quantity and quality.
Marans are very good meat more darker kind of meat. If I was doing dual purpose ir would be a marans
I love the darker meat.
I'm just curious, since Marans and Cornish are both so heavy and meaty, if I could actually get some decent meat chicks in the first generation of breeding. Of course it would probably have to be a Maran rooster over Cornish hens. I wonder if anyone else has tried this cross?
I haven't tried any of that. I had an extra Marans rooster that had bowed legs and I kept him for 24 weeks and he was mighty tastie. Faverolles also have darker meat and are very good, if you can get past them being a very good looking slow loving chicken, then you can eat them.

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