We had a deal. I was going to raise them for meat, not befriend them, and they were going to be afraid of me, aloof, and not particularly endearing. They're not living up to their end of the deal. They're really friendly and social and always want to jump out and see me. Very different from the Royal Palm crosses I raised last year and their poults this year -- I've heard that palms are a more aloof and wild acting breed anyway. The cornish chickens, no problem, but these turkeys are testing me will at only 3 weeks old.