Our turkeys are CONSTANTLY following us around barking and chatting at us, want to be right up underneath our feet (I feel like I'm tripping over them), curiously peck all over us and hop in our laps anytime we are sitting down outside, crowd us and are all up in our faces when we are trying to pay attention and give treats to the rest of the birds (chickens). They have even come into our house without us knowing and we had to shoo them out. If they hear us anywhere outside, boom- they are running over to us in seconds. I'm sad for our chickens because they are sort of afraid to get too close to us when the turkeys are around (they want the treats so bad but the turkeys hog them!) It is sweet and endearing for a while but geez we need a break! I had no idea that the turkeys would be like this, as we've only ever raised chickens before, who pretty much like to be on their own and could care less about us unless we have treats. We have 3 Bourbon Reds (we lost the fourth) that we raised from tiny poults and I think we have 2 females and 1 male, but not positive. Sometimes we have some of the older hens (chickens) that have tried or still pick on the turkeys (when treats/food are involved) and the turkeys have been ganging up and bullying the mean hen and going after her at times. They've also done this with our smaller pullets and cockerels. Usually my rooster steps in and then they back off, but it won't be long until they will dominate him too once they are larger. They are almost 14 weeks old. Just needed to vent and see if anyone else has experience this!!