I see so many people that incubate at all different times of the year. I too love to incubate and hatch. I'm just wondering what everyone does with all the birds that are hatched. I know some do this for meat and they put most in the freezer. I know how tough roosters are for meat, even Cornish X roosters are pretty tough and I'm not willing to grow out roosters. It takes so much to grow out all of these chicks, is everyone going broke on feed? There just does not seem to be the market for all these birds to be sold either, especially the way America eats now days. I'd like to hatch out my ducks, chickens, turkeys and geese but there is no way I'm feeding all of those chicks to adulthood. I know how to sex geese and ducks so I know I'm not going to grow all the males out, I just don't know what I'm going to do with them. I've read where some people use the pincher type tools to take care of the nasty business. If you incubate how to you handle that? or am I the only one who is not willing to grow all those birds out? I've only hatched out 4 geese, a few guineas and a couple of ducks because I"m afraid of going broke, but I want to fill my bators and get some hens to sell locally for eggs. I do need to learn how to sex chickens besides the feather growth method before I set out on that project though. I have read about almost everything else related to poultry on here and I've never come across a thread that discusses this in any kind of detail.