Hello all! I am hoping someone can help me because I am getting so many mixed answers from other forum sites! *sigh* I have 3 young turkeys that I have NO IDEA if they are toms or hens (or whatever you call them at 5 months?) They are Aurburns and one is a Silver Auburn/Auburn cross. They only display like my big tom when they are 'upset' about something, but I have seen my older hens do that as well, especially when confronted by one of my roos or a broody hen Their caruncles and dewlaps get really red also when they are upset. Their snoods are 'fatter' than my other 3 hens, but only in diameter, they don't hang down passed their beaks. They seem to 'bark', if that makes sense, and I have yet to hear an actual 'gobble' out of them, but then again, I am unsure what 5 mos old turkeys sound like as I got my original trio when they were 9 mos old. My older hens have dewlaps also, and seem to be developing larger caruncles, which started when the weather got cooler?? These 2 are my older hens, notice their caruncles... Some closer shots of the head, snood, caruncles, beak, etc... This is my big boy...who obviously is a Tom...and the father! My older hens display caruncles also?? Can anyone weigh in on this and let me know what you think or if you need more detailed photographs from any other areas I can post those!!! I had someone offer to buy them but I don't want to sell them if they are girls!!! Thanks!!