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    I'm prejudice against BIG CHICKS!


    They eat more...much more in comparison to their tiny counterparts....Probably 5 or 6 times more as I've observed.
    Another thing is their discard accepts the same multiplier....excess.
    Sure it can be deemed fertilizer....Who's in line for that?
    Thing is,
    My Serama chicks are the perfect size.
    I'll never go back to big chicks which I've had many times.
    When Serama chicks are born they are tiny tiny, eat next to nothing and adapt for a lean and mean lifestyle.
    As adults if they free range I don't even have to feed them for survival's sake and their discard is much much less than your conventional and more popular bigger chicks.
    A small farm with small chick perspective from Mississippi.

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