My chickens and three turkeys all free range together. I did have a hen with little chicks I'd been keeping separate in a little coop/tractor until they grew a little. The chick coop is right next to the main one that the flock gets released from everyday. Today, I let the mother hen and her chicks out to free range, since they are quite robust and doing well. One of the turkeys waltzed up to the chicken hen, and the chicken promptly attacked. Which caused the turkey to attack and neither would back down. Considering a chicken against a turkey is surely a losing battle, when I saw they would not work it out, I picked up the turkey and tossed her into my goat pasture. The turkeys have one clipped wing, so they can't clear the fence. To be safe, I grabbed up the other two turkeys and put them together. The goats did not mind their new pasture mates and ignored them. I like letting the chickens and turkeys free range the entire property, but I'd rather not have them kill a hen. Do you think it will be habitual for the turkeys to attack a hen defending her chicks? While the turkey was not the instigator, it did continue to go after the hen as she attempted to retreat with her babies.