CORNISH
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Grow them for fryers or roasters!

Cornish Cross Giants

(per chick) Mixed Cockerels Pullet
100 + $1.78 $1.68 $2.05
75 - 99 $1.90 $1.80 $2.17
50 - 74 $1.96 $1.86 $2.23
25 - 49 $2.08 $1.98 $2.35
10 - 24 $2.36

$2.26

$2.63

DISCOUNTS ON QUANTITY ORDERS
Spring delivery begins April 11, 2014 
AND available in Russell Year Round
Call 204-773-2562 for details

Ready to butcher in 12-14 weeks
Mature weight 5-10 lbs dressed

BERG GRAZERS an alternative to Cornish

    

The natural choice for slower growing color chickens
These birds are bred to grow slower than a Cornish. . The broilers are adaptable to different types of diet and have an advantage in feed efficiency. Carcass quality is another asset, with good conformation and high carcass uniformity in meeting retail specifications.
The Grazer has been bred for robust health and wellbeing, ideally suited to free range and organic systems as well as less intensive indoor production. This enables the broiler to exhibit excellent livability.

(above 3 wks old Grazers with Cornish in background)

Can be grown successfully under different management systems:
• Indoor - certified systems over 49 days
• Free Range - more than 56 days
• Organic - systems over 70 days

Berg Grazers (alternative to Cornish) 
Unsexed only **order early**
Available May 8 – June 3, 2014

(per chick)
Unsexed Only
100+
$2.85
75 - 99
$2.95
50 - 74
$3.05
25 - 49
$3.20
10 - 24
$3.50

 

 

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Cornish eggs in hatchery trays 2 days prior to hatching.

Feed & Equipment
also available at Berg's main office and most agents

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Vincent monitoring growing barn - 2009
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Growing Barn

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Unsexed Cornish in hatchery trays.

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Placing breeder growing barn in August 2009

FACT: The Cornish hen or Cornish chicken originated in Cornwall, England, but gained prominence only after it was established in the United States. Its body shape is quite different from that of other chickens. Both males and females have short legs and broad muscular breasts.