We have a lot of dual-purpose roos. Some are EEs, some are Rhode Island reds, couple of mixed breeds, a barnevelder, couple of white faced black Spanish, probably about 14 roosters all together. The oldest roo, one mottled java/FBCM cross, just turned a year old in October. He's turned mean, so we decided we're gonna roast him instead of putting up with his bad attitude (show HIM who's boss! LOL). Aside from the mottled java/FBCM rooster, the rest are between 5 and 9 months of age. These roosters are not too old to process, are they? They have recently been separated into their own pen & given Meat Maker to help bulk them up. I am thinking we'll take them to be processed in about 2 more weeks. We have never processed birds before. With this being our first time, we found someone who will do all the work for us and let us watch/help in exchange for half of them, which we are more than happy to do. Thoughts, opinions, suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you. Edited to correct typos.