I have a free ranging backyard flock, my backyard isn't enormous or small, I can safely do some ducks/turkeys/more chickens. But, I'm kind of hooked on turkeys. I HATED turkeys until 2 years ago, I was farm sitting, I had to dash across the property w/ the turkeys running after me (more excited then chasing lol) and would spider-man myself through the horse pens to feed them. I got tired of this and grabbed the tom one day and hugged him, we became friends after that and I totally fell in love. I would like to keep the turkeys in w/ my hens, I know I need to check up on blackhead disease in my area. How do I feed? Right now everyones on chick food due to the two little ones w/ calcium in a dish offered. I also offer seed mixes (wheat seed, BOSS, millet, etc.) and they free range. So how do I feed both safely...? Also, I have two itty bitty bantees in the flock, they hold their own and boss around my 6# hens, but when I had a heavy breed roo, he would mount and squish them. So that was a big reason he had to go. Since the turks are st run, would I have any issue w/ a tom in the group? Or should he be dinner? Oh, and are just two turk hens ok? They fly, so I'd need to keep them clipped right? What are the differences in brooding chicks vs turks? I stick a light on the chicks and keep them in a open topped storage bin.