Yep! I've made up my mind. I'm definitely adding some turkeys to the flock next spring. However, I want them to be free-ranging, and there's a few things I'm concerned with. They'll be brooded in a coop until fully feathered, and I'll gradually let them out to explore. We've got 20 acres, but rural areas aren't without their predators of course. The property is partially wooded / pasture, with lots of beech trees. I'm looking for a turkey breed(s) that can hold their own when foraging, flocking, and roosting. I'll always have food and shelter if they want it - don't want them wandering too far. I'm interested in Narragansetts, but does bright feathering affect their free-range survival?