Our 95 colored broilers (12 days old) from JM Hatchery just started double bunking with 12 turkey poults three days ago-I have read about the risks of blackhead, but since alot of people on here seem to keep turkeys with chickens without a problem, and I lack the space to make it doable otherwise, I am chancing it. I ran out of chick starter and so started just feeding everyone turkey starter on Monday since I cant get to the mill before Friday. Then I thought I remembered someone saying to give regular broilers turkey starter anyway, as it is helpful to their legs, so I was thinking of just keeping them on it since they are all living together-would certainly make things less complicated anyway. Since the Rangers don't typically have the leg issues, I know it isn't necessary, but what I am wondering is if there is any harm in giving them turkey starter the whole time? That said, the broilers are doing very well- they have quadrupled in size already, and are much meatier feeling than the dual purpose chicks were. They are more than twice the size of the week old Bourbon Red poults. Nice little birds, very friendly, and very, very quick. They make a dash for the door every time we come in and we have to be very careful to not let anyone out, or shut them in the door, or step on them!