I have 4 goslings that are growing rapidly, and 2 poults. Last year when it was warmer I put Raymond out at a younger age, but it was clearly a LOT warmer than it is now. The temperatures are finally going up... but I don't know if it is enough yet. I haven't had much experience, just Raymond, with putting goslings out for their first time, because I purchased most of my geese full grown. So my 2 toulouse and 2 embdens, about a month in age, are growing rapidly, and soon they will be too big for their brooder. The temperatures go from anywhere from 60 to 90, they've been off and on because everyday we usually get about 2 or 3 thunderstorms... they've also been calming down, maybe 1 a day or if we're lucky none. How much longer until they can be put out? Also, I have 2 bourbon red X royal palm poults, they're the first turkeys I've ever hatched, and all the turkeys I've purchased are a couple weeks older than what they are. The poults are about a month, maybe older. Based on the weather patterns I described above, when do you think it would be alright to put them out? Thank you!