OK - I'm new and slightly confused... There's a FAQ here about "you, your chicks and the first 60 days"... Then there is a list like this (http://www.welphatchery.com/cornish_rock.asp) and other places that says these Cornish Rock crosses are ready for processing in 8 weeks - which by my calendar is 60 days... SO - I'm confused... Can I really expect these guys to grow and be ready in 60 days? If so - that changes all the timelines I thought I understood... I was planning on making a tractor and moving them around in the pasture (pastured chickens)... Here's the questions: At how many weeks do they go from the chick pen to the pasture in the tractor? Does the "decrease heat by 5 degrees a week" thing for chicks hold true - I would think not since at 3 weeks when it should be like 75-80 degrees - the critters are almost 2 pounds? How many weeks are they in the tractor moving around? How many weeks (days) before I process them?