Hi Folks, Well, it's kind of a long story but the short of it is - I need to rehome my roosters. They were from Welp hatchery, the whites were called "Slow White Broilers" the red is a "Red Broiler". They are NOT the cornish crosses that have the short life span. I have three whites and one red. One of the whites is timid, low roo in the pecking order and a bit shy. The other roos are very friendly, the whites like to sit on your lap for petting. The red will sit on a lap but usually doesn't jump up on his own. I'd say the red and one of the whites weigh about 10+ lbs. If you wanted to start your own broiler flock these boys might be good choices. They were hatched at the end of June. I had planned on eating these guys but they turned out too sweet and friendly. The biggest white only gets on with the big red. Otherwise they all get along with each other pretty well. The reason I need to rehome them is two fold. First, although they are not mean to the hens they are just too big for my Faverolles and I don't have enough hens to spread out their affections, and I don't have enough pens to separate the roosters. I am willing to give them to some other chicken nut that does not want to eat them. I know its a long shot but maybe someone is interested.