Cornish crosses that is. Ordered a batch of 275 this year, they did not mark how many extra they sent, and had a layer hen break into the pen on the first day and kill about 30 so not really sure how many I have. Much easier to count once in bags! Transported to another family farm this eyar as they have all the high tech processing equipment and help other locals out. Wow what a difference that makes in what you can get done in a day! To keep it low stress like I want for my birds I backed the horse trailer up to the pen about a week before and bedded it in straw just like they are used to. They came and went from it like a shelter and were used to feed and water being in there. Then the night before I sorta encouraged half of them in there with only water and shut the door after dark. They were settling in anyway so that was where they were bedded for the night. Then 6 am drove them up to the farm and in not much time at all they were all done, I was back home with them in bags at 10:30. Friday the rest go, same drill. Most of the first are sold already, family and friends was the reason I did so many this year. 40 turkeys to do in November too, they are getting so big now!