Hi all, So after reading this forum for a few months, I made the decision to take the proverbial turkey plunge and placed my order with Welp back in February or March. Well, the little gobblers arrived yesterday, and are settling in nicely. I got 6 Bourbon Reds, 6 midget whites and 6 BBB (although I only ordered 4, they threw in 2 extras) I had some week-old sex-links and 2 week old barred rocks/australorps to show the lil guys the ropes. The chickens tend to pile into this adorable sleeping heap, and a couple of the midget whites infiltrated the pile. The rest of the turkeys clumped together under the heat lamp. So far, I can only find 24% starter, but there is another feed shop I want to check that might have 28 or 30%. I'm working on a large turkey pen, that will be roughly 25 x 40', but the thing I most wonder about is how much shelter these guys need. I am in Central Florida, so snow isn't really an issue. The pen walls will be about 7' high, but I'm planning netting or something over the top. There are a few trees in the pen, and it is adjacent to the chicken coop; it will double as a chicken run and the turkeys will have access to the coop, but I hear they don't tend to use coops unless groomed to do so. Thoughts? And of course, some pics of the babies.