I have a small bunch of dual purpose (Delaware) cockerels that I will be eating when the time is right. They live in their own bachelor pad and can pasture every day all day but at 9.5 weeks they rarely do. (Meaning, they have ample opportunity to forage but dont- they stick by the feeder stuffing their faces all day). Does anyone have any advice for appropriate protein levels for DP Heritage table birds? They are currently still on 22% chick starter as I had lots left over after their brooding but am wondering if this is a bit too high for their age. I have plenty of three grain scratch I can mix in to lower the protein if necessary (and stretch the feed seeing as they have become quite the piggies). The Livestock Conservancy site has extremely high (in my opinion) protein levels, so I am just wondering if anyone has any advice. Is it worth it to keep letting them eat 22% protein or should/could I lower it until butcher time? Or do they need more perhaps? Thanks so much!