The thing to do if you hatch poults is to hurry up and sell them as day old poults so you never have a chance to get attached to them. The other benefit of selling as day olds is that you don't wind up with a lot of money in feeding them. A lot depends on your neighborhood. Where I live a wild turkey hen has come in for the past 7 years to get bred by whatever tom I have at the time. She then goes down in my field and lays and hatches a clutch of poults, leaves with any survivors and returns the next spring to do it all over again. If you can hear toms gobbling in the distance in the spring it could entice your hens to try to go to the toms.