I have a couple more Cornish crosses with some severe leg problems that need to be culled. Picking them up and there is very little leg meat on them. Does anyone just breast out the culls with leg problems? I send my birds out each year for processing so I don't have the plucking equipment on hand right now. On a side note - Has anyone noticed a correlation between calcium in feed with the amount of leg problems that arise? This is my 5th year raising Cornish crosses and my two best batches with no leg problems were when I purchased grain from a mill that put a calcium supplement in all of their feed so it could be used for layers as well? Just wondering if anyone noticed a connection there.