I have a pack of Narragansett turkeys hatched and raised by 2 mother Narragansetts last year. They have grown up free range in my yard; my house is out in the country with no near neighbors, surrounded by overgrown pasture and woods. They stick close to home (they basically stay in my yard); have shown no aggression towards people or the dog, pretty much ignore cats, seem to get along well with each other apart from very occasional neck wrestling and gibbering matches between the young toms. Interact fairly cooperatively with chickens. Nice birds, essentially raised as pets (although none of them enjoy being picked up and hugged, many will put up with it without a real struggle). I planned to put a few ads in Craigslist and in the local papers for "breeding pairs" of Narragansett turkeys. But I've not done this before and wonder what I should advise people who recieve turkeys. What measures have you found to be necessary when getting a tame turkey used to a new home? For these guys, the area around my house is their whole world. Have you seen problems with turkeys adjusting to new places and trying to run away? Any mood changes or personality changes in relocated turkeys? Finally, is it reprehensible to advertise "breeding pairs" when the birds are fairly closely related - half siblings or thereabouts - or is it nothing to worry about? Thanks for your thoughts.