We're raising five bronze broad breasted turkeys this year, it's our first time raising this type of poultry. Butcher one tom and one hen today, then cooked up the hen. The roasting pan literally filled up with melted fat during cooking. When I sliced the bird for dinner, it was apparent that she had a lot of fat on her. A lot of fat between her thighs and the the breast and around her neck and cavity and on the sides of her breast. I want some fat on the birds, but this was so much is was ridiculous (like 1/2" in some places. Is there a way to slim down our other three turkeys a bit before Thanksgiving butchering time?