I saw a post on this that seemed to really only cover brooding together. I'm planning on raising 3 batches of meat birds this year and starting a batch of layers as well. Expectation is 50 or so layers and 3 batches of 50 or so meat birds. I am going to go with freedom rangers for the meat birds and I am hoping to be able to day-range all of the birds together in one rotational area. Has anyone tried this? Successes? Failures? Challenges? I need everything to be moveable by hand so I'll be using smaller roosting/laying houses for night time protection, probably something like the portable cattle panel hoop houses I am seeing here and elsewhere... Immediate challenges I'm uncertain about would be: 1. It's my understanding that meat birds don't get old enough to roost so I'm concerned that the juvenile birds will get pooped on at night by the mature layers. 2. Concerned about giving food that has a bad calcium/protein ratio to either set of birds and either causing them to get sick or perform poorly Any help would be greatly appreciated!