Okay, so I have a question. What are your thoughts on bringing adult birds in and adding them to your flock? Currently my "flock" is one turkey. We're building a coop (nearly done!!) and my babies are being shipped next week to me. So very soon, I'll have my birds. However, I've been hunting for a specific bird and found them, but they were hatched last spring. So they are considered adults. I've been reading good stuff about the current owner of these birds. But that aside... is this a good idea or bad idea? I see people on here all the time buying up adult birds on the auction site here and shipping them out. So there must be a lot of you that think it's a good idea. I know you're supposed to quarantine for 2-3 weeks. After that... ?? Can I throw them all together? Is this very chancy with having new baby birds that will be growing up? Now, I understand my babies won't be able to be with any adults for several more weeks--- so this will give me a good chance to keep the new adults by themselves. As you can imagine, I have never dealt with disease nor have had sick birds on this property. I would like to do this deal, but BYC has made me SUPER paranoid about biosecurity!!! So, now I'm really torn!! Is it ALWAYS best to buy chicks or eggs?