I am not sure if they are all cornish.
I am just learning about chickens.
I have some that are beautiful.
Then I have the poor babies with missing fluff.
I will not let them live miserable lives. I will find someone willing to take them when it's time.
I don't know if they are Roos or Pullets.
How many can you fit in a box.
They pile themselves in there until no room is left.
I'm pretty sure the ones missing fluff are probably the Cornish Crosses. Mine are feathering out very unevenly unlike the layers when I raised them. I think some of that is the fact that they sit a lot and get bald spots on their bellies. Mine have bald spots on various parts besides their bellies but the Cornish are very easy to tell from other birds - they have extremely big breasts. I understand how you feel about yours and I'm glad to see you're taking great care of them while you have 'em. Just a quick note in case you didn't know, but when you get more chicks later be sure not to pick up any Red Rangers since they're probably the second most popular broilers out there. I'm only familiar with the Cornish Crosses and Red Rangers but there's probably others out there too. If your unsure about a variety you can take a look at some of the hatcheries web sites like Murray McMurray where they group chicks by type such as white or brown egg layers, rare birds, etc. If you see a variety you like but want more details that's a quick way to check a birds general characteristics without searching through books. Or of course you can also check here on this website in the Learning Center where there's a lot of info from people's personal experiences with various breeds. Good luck and keep up the good work. From the pictures it looks like you put a lot of effort into raising your chicks well.