Hey all! I've got a bit of an issue and I was wondering if any more experienced turkey keepers would have any advice for me. So here's the deal, I've got a 4.5 month old blue slate tom, named Baldr, as well as 19 chickens (4 roos, 15 hens). I got the turkey about two weeks ago. The hens are indifferent to his presence, but the roosters are not quite the same. Of the four roosters, two (the alpha roo, Dovah, and Butter, the lowest roo) could not care less about the turkey. They plain out ignore him, and really don't treat or view him as a threat and the turkey is likewise comfortable around them. The other two roosters, Ember and Sudoku (who are big burly ameraucanas, and also father and son, respectively) have made it their mission to terrorize the poor guy. If they see him in the run with the other birds they'll zero in on him within seconds and begin to lunge at him, sometimes with spurs out. Even young as he is, Baldr has them outmatched as far as speed and agility go (and size, too, but he apparently has no idea he's bigger than them), so he hasn't been injured yet, save for a few plucked back feathers. I keep the turkey in a closed off area of the run, a section we put a door covered in chicken wire on so that we could quarantine and acclimate new birds to our current flock and still let them get used to where their new home is and see and interact with the other birds without being able to get close enough for pecking or aggression. He's got his own food and water and a big perch to sleep on. I won't let him out of the pen unless I'm there with him to mediate or the two troublesome roosters are closed in the coop or closed OUT of the run. So my question for you all is, what can I do to get these two jerks to stop picking on him? They won't attack if I'm next to him (they learned quickly that I'll intervene on Baldr's behalf), Baldr won't turn around and give them the what-for. I even tried picking Baldr up and chasing the two roos WITH him. They steered clear of him for about ten minutes, but that was only a temporary solution. I want to be able to let everyone mingle and free-range, but I'm afraid if I leave them unattended, the turkey will get chased off the property and get lost, hit on the road, etc. etc. Ember and Sudoku are generally very well-behaved and friendly birds, and they're also pets, so getting rid of/culling any of them is not a solution I'm keen on.