I have a Broad Breasted Bronze hen setting on nine eggs which are due to begin hatching anytime. The tom, a Bourbon Red, occupies the same pen. I have checked online and can't find out if he is a danger to the poults. Does anyone know if it's safe to keep him in the same pen with a hen and poults? I know my rooster has been a sweetheart around chicks, but I've never gone through the same situation with turkeys. Oddly, she (Sophia) has continued laying eggs after beginning to set, which surprised me as my chickens have never done that. She accidently broke 3 eggs (learning curve, she was born last spring) in the beginning, but has continued to lay more eggs and is doing a marvelous job at present. I've made a wooden pen/nest large enough to allow her to nest comfortably and include the food and watering containers once the poults are 3 days old. I originally built one to help keep the chips deep enough so she wouldn't break her eggs, then saw online that I was doing the right thing, but needed to make it bigger to hold the chicks for a few days as well as their food and water feeders. I'm happy to have any imput from people who have had similar experiences.