Hello everyone, I am just posting this because I have been wanting to know for a long time now on how people, poultry companies, and chicken processers, produce cornish crosses? Do you actually breed the same cornish to produce more or do you have a "certain" way to breed them? Please do not say it is a cross with a plymouth rock and cornish because I already know the story how it is a mix of both but I know that the current cornish cross is much genetically different than what you get from breeding those two. They have been bred for a long time, etc. I just have heard many rumors on really getting a cornish cross without really having to purchase them from the hatcheries and such...I have even heard that you can actually breed the cornish crosses to produce more but they have to be made like real chickens by lowering the amount of feed they eat so that they dont become really fat and die. I would appreciate the help on this because I am really wanting to know and would like to know how to really produce them/breed them If i really wanted to. Thank you.