I had a bunch (35) of my Cornish X's (specifically, Hubbard White Mountain Broilers from Towline Hatchery) processed yesterday. They were just over 8 weeks old (59 days). But this time, I actually had a scale. I knew that many of them looked larger than my last batch, and I was quite correct. The smallest were not less than 5 lbs, and the largest were over 7.5 lbs. I was quite impressed. The average dressed weight was somewhere over 6 lbs. This time, I decided to give my customers a choice between large and "regular" size, meaning that I would grow the larger chickens out to 10 weeks. I still have 17 more, about half of which are males. It's possible some could dress close to 10 lbs. I hope I don't get a bad reputation with my processor. I had one of the chickens that I was keeping for 2 more weeks die on processing day, for no apparent reason. How ironic is that??? But that was the only death that I've had since the first couple days, so I can't complain. My Colored Range Broilers are scheduled for October 9th, at 12 weeks old.