We have just bought our first place (suburban) and will have more space and I was wondering if getting a couple turkeys for the purpose of thanksgiving and xmas dinners, would be within our abilities. If I have no trouble raising suburban chickens,will I have no problem with suburban turkeys? I've just always hear about back yard chicken keeping in the suburbs, not turkeys and I wasn't sure if there is a practical reason that makes them unsuited to suburban back yards, or if it is just that turkeys are kinda "ugly" to most suburban folk. 1. A local place sells strait run, so I could end up with toms. Do they crow like roosters do? If I end up with 2 toms will they fight with each other? With they fight with our Bantam Rooster? 2. What breed(s) get along well with chickens? 3. What are good breeds for the holiday dinner table (to serve between 4 to 6 people)? White meat is preferred by most of the family, but I'd like to stay with a heritage breed (should we do 2 smaller heritage breeds per dinner table, or will 1 have enough white meat for us still?) 4. Can I tuck a couple turkey eggs under a broody chicken hen so that she will raise them / teach them; will that make the turkeys think of the chickens as their parents and be more friendly/submissive to them?