So, every morning, I go out, and am met at the gate by a flock of quacking, gobbleing, bawking, cockadoodling, hungry birds. I do the "barnyard shuffle" (yk, the way you scoot your feet so that you don't step on anyone) over to the brooder, and feed the babies first. Then I go over and feed the biggies, gather up all the waterers and fill them. No problem, until today.... I opened the brooder door to get the feeder and waterer out, and 2 babies jumped out 1 is immediately grabbed up by a turkey, and the other runs and hides under a tarp. Turkey runs across the yard with baby, followed by everyone else. I was dumbfounded for a minute, and decided I would save the one being pecked to death first. By this time, the hens and dog had figured out what was going on, and chased the turkeys away. Baby was staggering about, kinda dizzy like. I scooped him up, and held him against my chest, and went and got the other, who was still hiding under the tarp. I checked him over real good, and there was no blood, a bit of pulled fluff. When I put him back in, he was walking around ok, I've not gone back out to check-- but I'm thinking he'll be ok, if he didn't get pecked in the head too hard. Lesson of the day: feed the big hungrys first!