Has anyone ordered meat birds from Mt. Di hatchery recently? I ordered some cornish and some rosambros this summer. I've never had the Rosambro before, and was surprised when a bunch of beautiful, brightly colored chicks arrived. The birds looked like egg layers to me, but Mr. Dibert assured me they were the new batch of Rosambro. I've had them for just over 7 weeks, and they're been fed pretty much like the cornish. They are supposed to be a little slower growing than the cornish (a couple weeks behind), but they're waayyy slower. They have grown like egg layers. At 7+ weeks, they still fit into my hand, and look like 2.5 week old cornish. Now, when I should be doing my last processing in a couple weeks, I'm going to be bringing these birds into the barn for the winter as I have no outdoor housing for them. Has anyone seen these Rosambros in colors before?? Do the regular ones grow really slowly? I don't say any of this to bash Mt. Di. My experiences with them have generally been positive.