We have two blue slate and one burbon red turkey which free range in our enclosed pastures and are cooped at night. When they are let out in the morning they roost while its still dark/dusk on the pasture gate... when it starts to get light they have lately thought it was a good idea to go exploring... by and across the road!... They are about 4 months (burbon red and maybe 10 pounds) and 6 months (blue slate toms, maybe 15 pounds)... firstly, is there a way of stopping them from getting onto the 5.5' pasture gate... will clipping their wing feathers help?... if I build an outdoor roost closer to their hut do you think that may change their direction/focus?... they are so nosy its hard to curb. If clipping their feathers will help, how do I do that... besides with leather gloves?