We have 5 BBW turkeys who will be 14 weeks old this wednesday (the 3rd). They are just now all of them getting big enough they are not able to climb through a stock panel (they were pretty diverse in size, 1 huge, 1 large, 2 medium and 1 small - now they are evening out a little with 2 large, 2 medium and 1 small). Anyway, my original plan was to put them in with our 2 boer goats (both does) because I didn't want to keep them in my chicken coop. They would have access to the goat pasture and the barn for roosting/weather protection. But I wanted to get some opinions before I did so. My cousin has her turkeys with her goats, but they are all adults (both the goats and the turkeys) and get along fine. Our goats are only 8 months old. One of my biggest concerns is how I would feed the turkeys separate from the goats, because the goats would, of course, "gobble" up any turkey feed I put down and since the BBW do not fly (well, they do try, but don't get much lift LOL), I couldn't place it on the other side of a divider or anything like that so that the turkeys could get over but the goats couldn't. Also, because the turkeys are so big, I dont think I could make a small enough opening for them to go through that the goats wouldn't be able to squeeze through also. Any suggestions/input would be greatly appreciated! The turkeys are in my chicken coop right now, we free-range our chickens during the day and the turkeys also. I do have a small space I could lock the turkeys into in the barn for a few days or put them into at night to teach them their new place to sleep. Thank you!