Lohman brown + Light sussex cross


Jul 26, 2018
I was wondering something. As I cannot keep too many breeders hens, I do have 5 lohman brown (they are an egg production breed, Cross with New Hampshire reds and other brown egg laying breeds), they are very small, so I didn't plan to have them be bred to produce meat chickens, but, I don't know how much the size of the girl means, as I have a 5lb hen that her chicks grown to be 15lb roosters. I wanted to know if any of you have experience with what comes out of smaller hens. I do have both a large rooster and a Light Sussex rooster (I think it'll be more suitable as it's lighter in weight)
Thanks in advance


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Lhoman Brown are about the most prolific brown egg layers in the world(along with Isa and Hyline browns), they are sex linked cross from a RIR egg production type rooster sire line and a White Rock egg production type dame line, if properly reared as pullet and with proper feeding they will lay about 300+ eggs about in a year's production time(staring from the 20 week old first egg). If you plan on producing meat out of your birds, these are not the birds to keep

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