Hello, I am new around here and typically raise chickens. About a month and a half ago we were adopted by a wild turkey. I believe he is male and we call him Tom. Well, Tom has become a part of our flock of chickens it seems. He will spend all day with my flock and then roost in the tree that hangs over the coop at night, wake up in the morning and redo all of this again. At first we tried to get him to leave but he kinda grew on us. He's completely goofy and definitely not the brightest crayon in the box. I don't think he stupid, but he is definitely different than my chickens! Does anyone have any experience with something similar? Obviously he can't live with us forever but I don't think he's headed back to the wild anytime soon. My hubby tried to catch him once but that proved pretty stressful for BOTH of them! Can Tom be raised for Thanksgiving dinner? WHY would a turkey try to be a chicken? Any insight would be appreciated!