@dheltzel I have never intentionally free ranged turkey, but...
My first flock regularly for the coop (run) at whatever she they figured it out. Of course I'd herd them back to feed them.
My current run is enclosed, but I have the three wild type and two royal palms that showed up and stayed free ranging on the property. I don't know their she, but the toms beards are just starting to show, so I would estimate they are around 6 months. It is so cool to look up in the evening and see them roosting 20-30 feet up in a dead tree! The other day I was out feeding the goats and the the wild type decided to fly 100 yard across the road to the neighbors yard and field. Right over my head. They are so amazing in flight.
I had 4 that were doing pretty well, all hanging together and roosting on a hay wagon in the big machine shed. I let a 5th one go, expecting him to hang with the others, but after a day he decided to wander off on his own. He scared the neighbors horses (such sissies, those horses) and had been recaptured. I suppose I should just sell him for meat . . .