Raising backyard chickens for meat is not what most people generally start raising chickens for. Nowadays many people started to raise backyard chickens for eggs.
Not everyone can kill and then eat the chicken they brought up in their backyard. But, if you are able to change your mindset and start thinking of your chickens as a source of food, I think it makes it easier to make the transition into the backyard raising chickens for meat.
There is a chicken that increases the production of eggs and chicken meat that you raise them. Each type of chicken has different dietary needs and caring for backyard chickens as a source of food actually requires careful planning on your part. Consequently, strategies to increase your egg-laying flock may not apply to groups of meat produce.
There are a few things you need to consider if you are considering raising backyard chickens for meat.
Selecting a Breed:
When considering the chicken bore provided you can select the layer of eggs, the offspring of a dual purpose, and/or bird meat. Egg layers are those that are able to lay a high quality, meat birds are those who can be a great source of chicken meat, while the dual-purpose offspring are those who can do an adequate job either as a source of meat or egg sources
Getting A Rooster:
There are different approaches to getting your meat birds. You can opt to buy chicks from a hatchery which may be more convenient but they usually treat chicks with antibiotics which I don't like if I'm going to eat a bird.