We got a day old Bronze Broad Breasted turkey tom last spring. His name is Lester; he's spoiled rotten, gobbles at the sight of us and follows us like a dog. We began feeling sorry for him being the only one of his kind and showing off for the chickens all day long. So, we recently adopted a White Broad Breasted hen who is about the same age as he is. He and Louise get along famously and he is happily displaying for her and showing off his ever-growing beard to her 24/7. Will Louise lay eggs? They both free range during the day and go into their coop--separate from chickens--in the evening. Louise roosts; Lester's too fat to fly up there. They don't go outside much when it's below freezing --and we're in Vermont, so it's still winter. If she lays eggs, do we need to make her a nest box like one does for chickens?