So here is what I learned very fast... CornishX have very easily torn skin, this first photo shows 2 skinned Cornishes, 1st reason: when we were plucking with the plucker we tore the skin, and when I started on the second one by hand I tore the skin So we decided these would be skinless and we'd keep them in the fridge for dinner on a different day. Here's the bag of the 2 chicken's pieces: btw that's a gallon sized bag! Here's the other 2, that we used the plucker but barely then hand plucked gently I think they turned out nice! I forgot to get the 5th one but it looked just like these. I don't know why but every single one we killed (didn't do the cone killing) broke their wing!!!! We havn't gotten the price its cost us but we'll figure it up sometime, I don't think we'll be saleing any. But so far besides food, all we bought was the chicks, a feeder, a bowl, tarp, and the corners for 1" pvc pipe. The pvc pipe we had found on the side of the road near my moms house, and the poultry netting we already had to build our coop run. Well someone who moved away next to my moms lost it out of his truck while turning out of the neighborhood, figured I'd say something before someone thinks I'm stealing construction stuff! The skinned ones were: 6lb 6.3oz live 3lb 12.1oz processed 6lb 0.9oz live 3lb 10.3oz processed. The unskinned were: 6lb 4.2oz live 4lb 2.7oz processed 5lb 12.9oz live 3lb 10.4oz processed 6lb 8.3oz live 4lb 3.6oz processed ETA: we still have 17 more broilers and 11 DP roo's who are 17 weeks old!