I'm in southern AZ, and the temps are starting to cool off to where I'll be able to raise some CX. Well, it's still blazing hot, but by the time I get a pen built and have chicks in hand...we should have fall temps. Anyway, I only have yard and freezer space for 4-6 meat birds. Is that do-able? Are there drawbacks to raising so few CX? I'm thinking about doing a rotating batch of 4-6 meat birds, getting new chicks when the other birds are 4-5 weeks old. Winter temps are mild here, and I can raise the meat birds all the way till about end of May, where I think it'll get too hot for the CX.