This is my first time showing broilers so I really don't know what I'm doing. Various people I know have given me advice to get the meaties big enough in enough time (1 Month- 5lbs) Some tips I was given were: -You have to keep them at 95 degrees their whole life if you want them to grow -You need to feed them corn oil everyday -You cannot let them outside -You can feed them gunpowder and it will make them fat (I'm not planning on doing this even if it's true) -They will eat each other if you don't separate them into individual cages -You keep lights on them 24/7 (Not just for chicks?) I was just wondering about the validity of these "facts". I do worry about the 95 degree thing since that means I will need to keep their coop shut up nice and tight since we are supposed to raise them in December. I also am kind of worried about the ethics of keeping them shut up in separate cages without a run since I have only raised layers free-range.