Most pellet grills will handle chicken with little difficulty. Buy based on the size you need. Use the best pellets you can afford -- I like 100% hickory.
For more "all-round" usage with many different meats, cooking approaches, and methods I'd recommend Memphis, MAK or Fast Eddy -- all have tremendous flexibility.
Final comment: If you are not presently cooking on pellets, be aware that you'll need to adapt and test your recipes. This is fun to do and I've got my KCBS basic four well oiled.
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