So I have a week to prepare for our four new turkey additions...they will be 7-8 weeks old. I am in Michigan, where the average temperature is currently about 85 degrees during the day (give or take depending on humidity) and down to the mid seventies at night. Should I still have a lamp out for them at night? We will currently be using a sheep pen (basically the size of two horse stalls) in the barn, as the door to get outside from the sheep pen is independant of the barn door, and I can leave it open for them during the day, soas to make it easier for them to free range or come inside for water. The walls of the pen go up four-ish feet, so I am planning to frame it and tack hardware cloth around it to keep critters out at night. I will also seal the eaves above the pen with hardware cloth. Will a typically hanging waterer and a feeding tray be appropriate? Our pasture is currently fenced and about 3.5 acres. I have no other livestock on it right now, but eventually will add chickens (they are coming next month), pigs, and probably a couple of Dexter cows. Right NOW I wouldn't HAVE to rotate the turkeys, they can just have free range of the entire pasture. That said...should I be keeping them in a smaller confine until a certain age? Sorry, I can probably look all of this up, but if the answers are easily accessible here, that would be great! Thanks so much for your help.