I got 6 poults this spring: 2 eastern wild, 2 spanish black, and 2 regular bronze. I am hoping to have a hen set a nest in the spring. I ended up with just the eastern and the blacks making it and I have a hen and a tom of each. Should I keep the two toms? I kind of like having an "extra" tom around in case something happens, but don't want to have it be "turkey wars" around here come breeding time. They are very tame. My daughter takes care of them and they follow her around like dogs. They free range on 10 acres, pretty much stay close to the house -- they are very curious -- like to stick their beaks in everything, which can be a real pain. Right now the toms have been strutting their stuff on a regular basis and kind of "mock fighting" with one another. I did want to butcher at least one for thanksgiving, but I can wait another year. One awesome side effect of the turks -- we have been overrun with grasshoppers this year in our part of the country. Everyone I know has been effected -- except me! Those turkeys make short work of the hoppers.