Hi - new guy checking in. I have read several places about a breed called "Triple Production Reds" (do a Google search on it), but have never located a source. "Triple" is for 1) Eggs, 2) Meat, and 3) Chicks. The breed was developed for use in third world countries as a means of helping subsistence-level farmers become more productive without going high-tech. It is based on the Rhode Island Red, as I recall. They are good at foraging for food and have a high hatch rate of fertile eggs. I first read about the breed in the booklet "Chick Production and Health - Guide to Improving Small-Farm Flocks in the Tropics" by John P. Bishop. Dr. Bishop has been developing the breed since 1984. Does anyone have any leads on where I could get some chicks or fertile eggs for this breed? Thanks!