I had a turkey hen recently hatch some new poults. They are black Spanish turkeys, full breed. I also have a couple of ducks and about 10 chickens and 1 rooster. I have plenty of room for them to be free range and have a coop for them to sleep in at night, altogether. I separated momma and babies because I had a younger hen try to run off with a baby poult. I didn't want them to bully the young poults so that's why I separated them. This is my first time hatching any babies, none of my hens have gone broody at all yet. I'm just not too sure on how to properly care for both of the momma and the babies so they won't be in any danger. There are coyotes, foxes, dogs and such out where I live, which is another reason I don't want to let them free range and get hurt. They are only about four days old today, so they are very small. My hen is a very good mother and keeps them plenty warm, but I know she wants to leave the little area I have them in to forage, eat and drink and poop. I have plenty of water and turkey starter food in their little area, but I just don't know whether I should let her out for a little bit each day, or just let her stay in there with the poults. I also didn't want to put them altogether to risk getting sick since they still are so Young and fragile at this stage. Oh, and I do have a tom and another hen, the other hen is not broody, but the tom likes to stay around the area with the hen and the poults most of the day. Will the tom hurt the poults once they are big enough to let them be out and about? Also, there are 14 poults. There was a total of 16 eggs, but one did not make it and one egg did not hatch. Any suggestions or ideas?