The turkeys are a great addition. An earlier post described my movable pen and cattle trailer which I used to lock them up at night and avoid predation. They quickly outgrew that idea.
So I put them in our old dairy barn and left them locked in for a couple of days to acclimate them to that space as home. Then I opened the door and watched.
They are avid foragers of greens and insects, roaming now at nine weeks over approximately ten acres. Oddly, they are attracted to humans and vehicles and really anything novel.
They started a bad habit of coming up on the back porch and lounging, especially if people were sitting there. They weren’t bothersome, except for the prodigious quantities of excrement they produce.
So I made a hillbilly decision and put a fence around my back porch. The turkeys are free-range, but the farmer is confined!