You are not going be getting a true Cornish from MM. Legs are too long, etc for real Cornish. They have mixed in other breeds for better egg laying and mating.
As far as only having NN roosters, why do you think a NN rooster will be better than a NN hen? I wanted a rooster specifically so I could use a collar without worry of it hurting the feathers and have not regretted that decision. My NN rooster is like a puppy but he looks down right scary.
Good morning Nchvac,
I've noticed the MM breed of DC being strange. Some short legs some tall some regular comb some pea. Thought it was quite a mix. They do say in their description that they use multiple colors in their breeding just not multiple breeds.
The feed store only had roosters available at the time I saw them. I didn't pick any up partly because of that and they were wet due to the nipple water they were using. I was afraid they'd get chilled on the way home. If I do pick some up in June I'll bring a heated water bottle to put on with them for the trip home. I'm very leery of getting chicks outside my coop as I've been stung before.
We are still considered country here so roosters crowing haven't been a problem. No more so than a barking dog however new neighbors are moving in closer and closer. They don't strike me as the kind that like chickens. I could be wrong on that.
Thank you for letting me know about the DC from MM. I had already begun suspecting something was up, that confirmed it.