I got my turkeys the first week of May this year (about a month later than normal). At two days old they we strutting around and would try to gobble, which came out peep peep peep. I knew right away that I had 11 little tommys. They grew and matured very quickly this year. They are also taller than I have ever had a turkey get. Right now they are all over 20 lb with most in the 30 lb range. I have one hen that kicks the snot out of all the toms. She will stand up and start talking to a tom and then grab them and beat the tar out of them. She's sweet as pie with us. Guess she just does't like boys yet. But the weirdest thing is the tommy's mating air. I know that sounds weird but that is exactly what they do. Once in a while they will attempt to mate an object, but mostly they just wiggle and jiggle with the air between their legs. Today one of them stood on top of a plant stand and went to town. My 7 year old said he thought he looked like he was surfing. It's quit embarassing as we are building a house and the turkeys are always up there protecting me. Big boy wont let me go anywhere without him and all the others follow. That I'm used to. I love turkeys and turkeys love me, but the mating air is kind a freaking me out. Has anyone ever seen this before? All my turkeys are together, so the girls are there just not interested in the boys. I should mention these are BBW. Got any ideas?