So this is my first time posting on here hoping I can get a little advice As I am new to raising turkeys. So I wanted to try raising turkeys and I chose bourbon reds. I have 4, 12 week old poults that I have raised since a couple days old and am really enjoying it. I have had them in the coop outside for about 4 weeks and the last two of which i be been letting them free range while i supervise for about two hours before dusk when I round them back into the coop to roost and its been working great.. So here is my mistake I met someone who also raises bourbon reds and he talked me into taking two 5 month old hens off his hands and I thought sure why not. Well I kept them all in coop together for two nights and they got along well. So the night before last I decided things were going well enough I'll let the little ones out to range like usual and keep a close eye on the big ones. Well sure enough the big ones flew up in a tree to roost and I couldn't get them down so I just let them be I figured what the heck since they've been doing that on the farm for a while now. Well that's when trouble started because the little ones would not go in the coop for anything. I chased them around until it got so dark I could see them and I decided I'd look in the morning before work. Well I couldn't find the little ones anywhere just could see the big ones roosting where they were. So I went to work all day and now come home to find no turkeys at all. The feed I put out for them is gone so they must have eaten it. I'm just really stressed at this point cause I really don't want to loose them (little ones especially) after all I have invested and gotten attached. So anyone have any advice? How far they may have gone? If there's a chance of returning or are they dead. There was also a bad thunder storm could that scare them of? Any advice is greatly appreciated as I'm just dissapointed at this point and looked all over. Thank you all very much for any input.