I know its a little past Christmas, but this morning I woke up late to let out the birds and haul out water. This isn't an issue except that in my rush to release everyone I stuck on my big "ugly" red Christmas sweater. We have ten blue slates with seven jakes and three hens, all about nine months old. Obviously we plan on butchering six of the beasties, but as of yet they haven't put on enough weight to make that worthwhile. Usually they are very nice turkeys and though they dont exactly like being man-handled, they will tolerate it. That being said they went absolutely berserk this morning. They are all fighting, slamming eachother into walls, destroying the feeders and terrifying my geese, ducks, and bantam chickens who all utilize the same run coop complex on days its not warm enough to be free ranging. Did me in my red santa sweater set them off or is it the BALMY 24°F Western New York is now experiencing?