Assume we managed to revive the famed velociraptor. The real one, which is the size of a turkey, not the movie version.
How viable would it be to breed them for human consumption?
I've reviewed the questions about raptors in the wild, and these relate to their general ability to find a niche, but not excel in it. In a farming environment... Chickens are probably the pinnacle at price per pound, but we do breed poultry sized from quail to ostriches.
So how well would velociraptors do at competing for a place on our tables, for eggs and for meat?