The birds are out in the orchard and quite content. Cornish across aren’t great foragers traditionally, but by limiting their food early when they go out to pasture, they learn to love grass, clover, and bugs more than their feed.
You almost might notice that these birds don’t have great feather coverage. Part of this is due to their youth, but it is also part of the breed. Don’t worry about their coverage. These birds were domesticated to survive with humanity highly involved. They will be warm, safe, and happy despite bald spots.