Hey, just some observations on this group of partridge rocks. In this batch of 25 there were apparently three distinct groups. The first is Starbuck, a group of one. The only fully wild type, PR in markings and the largest. The second group the Red/Browns - five of them. The remainder were more black/browns, one group slightly larger than the last tier. I weighed them all en masse at four days. 1005g, an average of 40 grams. Today Starbuck weighed 95 grams. The red/browns averaged 81 grams, Puddle, Punkin, Sparrow and Frack and a fifth no name. The middle black browns 74 grams and the bottom tier black browns 71 grams Dharma and Pax and Hiney, in this group. At the bottom of the black browns is Runs Like Nutcase who weighs 53 grams. I'm pleased with their overall gain. Starbuck is a monster, early full wings, early long tail. RLN has grown but is still smallest and has no tail feathers yet. Slow wing development as well. Now because I am also raising turkeys, these guys are on game starter. They get some yogurt, some egg, some bread as treats as well. My last group of PRs were all males, never as active, on chicken starter, and most not as friendly. They were from a totally different hatchery. Anybody else track growth and weights on their Rocks of any kind? Is there any real correlation between early size of a chick and eventual full size of the chicken? Thanks.