After two years of raising chickens and now having enough free-range space out in the sticks to add a couple of turkeys to our flock, we are planning to get a couple of poults this year. I am thinking of getting straight run poults from Ideal (I know the difference between heritage and hatchery, but we want to see if we do well with them before making investments in heritage breeds). Anyway, we are looking at getting 3 to 5 straight-run broad-breasted bronze poults. Yes, these will be eaten this coming fall. Not pets or show birds, just looking for something we can raise, process, and eat. Is this a pretty decent breed to start with? Any particular advice regarding housing, etc.? We have a pretty big space out in the woods, and they will be able to free range with the chickens on about 1/4 acre of ranging space. They will also be given 20.6% turkey grower, as well as treats and leavings from the garden (everything from sunflower heads to pumpkins). What are their water requirements? How do they do with nipple waterers, or is there a different delivery system that they do well with? Thanks for any advice y'all can share.