I am sharing this video because I am not sure what this six week old poult is up to! I guess as a first time turkey owner they keep me guessing. Anyway, I'll describe it so you don't have to listen to my banter during the video essentially, when I hold a chicken, one of my poults puffs up, stretches out its neck, gets flushed around the head and neck (hard to see in the vid because of the chick fuzz), makes a chittering noise, and eventually tries to peck at said chicken. Usually once I put the chicken down the turkey returns to normal, but in this video the poult gave a quick chase then gave up. Also, a sub question in the thread, how do you tell the difference between a self-blue turkey and a blue slate? They're different, right? The parents were blue slates, so I got some grey poults and some black ones, which I learned happens when you breed blue slates. But self blue can also result. Here are some pictures of my two grey poults. The pictures are taken with no flash, only natural light on an overcast afternoon.