I have 3 standard bronze turkeys in a 12' X12' pen...the roof is 10' from the ground. I've raised them from tiny poults and they are very sweet pets. They are now about 5 months old. Until a few days ago, I thought I was lucky enough to have 2 hens and 1 tom. I have discovered, however, that I actually have 2 toms and 1 hen. One of the toms was just a late bloomer. They all get along perfectly right now, but I am very worried about what may play out in the spring when mating season begins. First of all, is my hen in danger of being injured or killed by having 2 toms with her? Their pen has plenty of tree limbs attached in the top for her to fly up on to get away from them. Second, is it always a guarantee that these toms will fight...or is it possible that they will be able to live together harmoniously? Should I go ahead and plan to build an addition onto the pen to be able to separate them if necessary? Never having had turkeys before, I'm not sure what I am in store for! Any advice would be greatly appreciated!