Royal Broiler Chicks

Our Royal is a colored meat bird similar to the Imperial Red broiler. However, it grows faster and its confirmation includes larger breast portions with smaller leg portions, compared with the Imperial.

This broiler grows at a moderate rate and achieves a live weight of approximately 5.75 pounds in 9 weeks on 13.5 pounds of feed (FCR 2.35). Day-old chicks are available as red broilers, grey broilers, or mixed broilers and can be ordered as a straight run or cockerels (males) only. Fertile eggs for our colored broiler can also be ordered for hatcheries or family farms.

Royal Broiler Chicks

Royal Broiler Day-Old Chicks - Red/Female

Next Availability
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
The red female Royal broiler is a colored meat bird that is similar to the Imperial broiler, but grows faster and has larger breast portions with smaller leg portions.

Royal Broiler Day-Old Chicks - Red/Male

Next Availability
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
The red male Royal broiler is a colored meat bird that is similar to the Imperial broiler, but grows faster and has larger breast portions with smaller leg portions.

Royal Broiler Day-Old Chicks - Red/Straight Run

Next Availability
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
These red Royal broilers are sold as a straight run and will come with a natural mixture of cockerels and pullets.

Royal Broiler Day-Old Chicks - Gray/Multi-Female

Next Availability
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
The gray/multi female Royal broiler is a colored meat bird that is similar to the Imperial broiler, but grows faster and has larger breast portions with smaller leg portions.

Royal Broiler Day-Old Chicks - Gray/Multi-Male

Next Availability
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
The gray/multi male Royal broiler is a colored meat bird that is similar to the Imperial broiler, but grows faster and has larger breast portions with smaller leg portions.

Royal Broiler Day-Old Chicks - Gray/Multi-Straight Run

Next Availability
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
These gray/multi Royal broilers are sold as a straight run and will come with a natural mixture of cockerels and pullets.