So the internet is a wonderful thing, except I can't tell when we are all talking about the same breed. So sorry if this has been asked, but I couldn't find it when I searched. So Ontario folks, I am looking at buying meat birds from either Frey's or Bonnie's hatcheries and they list White Rock as their meat birds. Is this the same as what most US folks call the Cornish X aka the Franken Chicken? I don't want heart attacks, broken legs and flip deaths but I do want a quick finishing, good sized meat bird. Are White Rock likely to suffer the same issues as Cornish? Anyone tried Bonnie's Heavy Red's or Frey's Special Dual Purpose? I'm leaning towards one of these as an alternative to Franken Chicken and 12 week finishing time is still quick enough for me. But I've heard some say the quality of bird, the feed/meat conversion etc is not good and to stick with the tried and true meat bird. Thoughts? I'll have them in an outdoor pen and I'll move around food and water, but I can't free range due to the brazen balls of my local predators. And before anyone mentions heritage, been there and it was a colossal failure. I have 8 Orpington's left of over 30. Losses due to predators were off the charts, both free ranging and cooped in Fort Knox, and April 2017 chicks have yet to lay one single egg. These freeloaders were supposed to be my self-renewing flock of heritage birds - I'd let them hatch their own eggs, process the Roos and keep the laying hens to keep the flock going...ya right, all they do is eat and shit. And I don't even have enough Roos left to justify the drive to the processing plant! So I'd like more of a sure thing this time before I give up on chickens entirely!