I wanted to keep record and figure out exactly how much money I had in my first batch of Cornish X's. I have played around with an Excel spreadsheet to come up with this. [/img] The spreadsheet allows me to enter the number of chicks and there weight. In the second box, I enter my lbs of feed and the cost of feed. It will add the lbs and $ up and convert to FCR. The price per lb is also figured as you change the weight or add more feed. My chickens will be 6 weeks old on Tuesday and I have 100 lbs of feed sitting in the barn. The weights I have shown are estimated dressed weight. I could be being very optomistic. I will not know the true FCR and price per pound until we get them all back and weighed. I have found out by playing around with this that if you loose one late in the game, it has a signficant effect on both FCR and $/lb. I have amorized my equipment over several batches to try and ease the pricing a bit. Some of the stuff I have included in equipment, I will use for my hens later. I included it anyway. One assumption I made was in determing FCR was that you use dressed weight, not live weight. Is that assumption correct?