We were given 11 turkey eggs as a gift with no info what breed they were. Ten of them hatched in our Bator 7 weeks ago. They are in a shed now that its warm outside and graze our lawn with chicks and 5 goslings born in the same batch. Very friendly. Had them on 20% chick starter as I couldn't find turkey or game bird feed at our TS store. Also gave them grated hard boiled egg every day and some greens for about 4 weeks. They are growing well but I have just this week thinned the protein down by adding cracked corn & rolled oats to the 20% crumbles for my geese which feed outside with them. Does l6% poultry pellets sound a better source of feed? or should I stick with the 20% as I've read they need more protein than geese or chickens. I notice the geese nibble the grain a little during the day, but mostly stick to grazing the grass. Also what age will they be when heavy enough for butchering? I don't know the breed but they are dark brown with white striping on wing tips and tails and greyish head and neck, then there is one pure white one with a little black striping on the tail. This is our first time hatching and raising turkeys and are not interested in doing this every year (chickens & geese are enough) so all will go in the freezer whenever they get big enough. Hard to imagine them at 20lbs by November?