We've got two 7-year-old turkeys.... my babies raised from eggs in the incubator. We've been being visited by a weasel or mink for the past week or so. My turkeys usually stay in a pen with a roost about four feet off the ground. Are they vulnerable to a weasel or mink while roosting?? I know a coon can bite the head off of a roosting turkey. I don't want to find out about a weasel or mink the hard way. Has anyone had experience with this sort of thing?? For now we are keeping our turkeys in cages in my DH's woodworking shop. The building is not completely weasel/mink proof, but it is a good distance from where the creature has been showing up. Moving them every night and again every morning is fairly stressful for them (and us), but I'd rather move them than lose them. Are they too big for a weasel/mink to mess with?? I HOPE so. I'll appreciate any help I can get on this issue. Hope y'all are having a better evening than we've been having lately.