Its far too early for any talk of it, and especially around these fellas. This year I'm rearing up to 90 turkeys for the Christmas market. Again it is based on the 'pasture poultry' model, the turkeys roam and graze in a field beside the farm yard during the day. At night they are kept safe and sound inside, where they are on a straw bed and have ad lib grain. It is necessary to keep them inside at night, as the poor turkey is not the smartest member of the bird kingdom, and it would just be all to easy for Mr Fox.