Our RB turkey tom and hens were raised here since they were day-olds. They're now about 9 months old, and they free-range at my farm and follow us around everywhere. They're curious and will come right up to you, but won't let you touch them. Now all but 3 of the hens are broody. The tom is now constantly puffing up his chest feathers and tail and generally showing off to people. I've typically just ignored the tom but over the past week or two he seems to want to get right up close to people. Today, he walked up to my friend from the side while we were standing talking in the driveway and practically tried to hump her leg with his puffy chest and almost going at it like he does with the hens! There was no danger in it-- no more than when a little dog humps someone's leg, but it wasn't behavior I want to continue obviously. I wouldn't call him aggressive in terms of pecking or clawing or anything like that, but wondering if this is behavior that is a precursor to later aggression. People have mentioned that toms get aggressive and can be dangerous, and although mine has been perfectly docile (other than strutting around showing off to people), if there's anything I can do to prevent that behavior, I want to know. I'd like to keep him, and keep him free-ranging if I can, rather than pen him up, since he's "useful" with the hatching eggs and all. I read about how you need to be aggressive back to an aggressive roo to show your dominance, but I didn't know if the same technique works with a turkey. I don't want to act aggressive toward him if its going to MAKE him aggressive. HELP!