I have 5 BR turkeys. My very first turkeys. They are between 9 & 10 months old. At this time they are in a coop with a run. I let them free range last year up until late fall. Then I got tired of trying to get them out of the tree every night & into their coop & locked them up. We live right at the edge of the woods, so I was concerned about coons getting them in the tree branches. I would love (& so would they) to let them out again, but don't want to go through the hassle with the tree again. I was thinking of trimming their flight feathers, but am concerned about them not being able to get on their roosts that are in their coop & run. These are about 2.5 to 3 ft high. Can they still jump that high with being clipped? Should I do only one wing? I feel so bad for them because the chicken coop is right next to them & the chickens are fully free range & seem to tease them all day with their freedom. Also, problem #2: I'm trying to raise these to hatch their own that we can then butcher in the future. Right now we have 3 toms & 2 hens, so I know we need to cull at least 1 of the toms. Just haven't got around to doing it yet. It will be a first for me. Have never butchered anything besides a deer. Haven't had any problems with them fighting yet, but I'm sure it's coming, with them being out of balance. The hens are both laying an egg a day now. Have been since 3/14. They are laying in a nest box we built inside their coop. Only the very first egg was laid on the ground. I immediately put it in the box & have had no others outside the box. I keep marking the eggs every day with the date. The last few days I've been rotating the eggs by taking the oldest out & keeping the 12 newest in the box hoping one of the hens will go broody soon. Am I doing this correctly? How long should it take for them to go broody? Should I have 2 nest boxes for when this does start to happen or will the other just make her own nest in the bedding outside the box? If I let them free range should I wait until one goes broody so I know the nest will not be abandoned for another place or have they been doing this long enough now that they will know to continue in the same area? I feel like a mother hen, I am so worried. I almost culled my entire flock of chickens & turkeys last year do to disease, but decided I'm not selling any chicks/birds to anyone to spread it so continued on. I'm very happy I did. I only lost one chicken & everyone seems exceptionally healthy now after lots of hard work & love.