I know I could have let them go far longer to get bigger, BUT, every time I go to the feed store, it seems like it's gone up another dollar a bag -- what was $14 just last year at Christmastime was $18 last week. So, I did them yesterday. They were hatched the 2nd week in June, so are about 10 weeks old now. Dressed out to about 8-9 lbs, I'm guessing -- I base this on a 9lb bird I got last year at New Years from the grocery store -- smallest commercial turkey I think I've ever seen, and these are about the same size. I should have weighed them, but by the time I got done with everything and had them ready for the freezer, it was almost midnight, too tired for one last step. VERY nice looking meat, and we're having one tonight for dinner. The thing that impressed me the most were the livers. I love liver, and these were just massive compared to what comes out of a commercial bird, which is apparently half a liver at best. With 5 of them, I have enough to make a meal for myself and the dog just from these -- I just harvested my onions for the year -- yum, sweet onions and liver. All in all, happy with this project. I guess I'm more worried about quality of food than quantity anyway, so doing them small and young doesn't bother me a bit.