So far I think it's going well. I waited until it was dark and removed her from her nesting box she always stays in and put her in another area in a small plastic box with the front cut out and filled with wood shavings. I put her down where I wanted her in the new area and then placed the three new poults under her wings. One of them on the one side and the other two on the other side. One of the poults attempted to leave and stuck its head out of the feathers which momma hen didn't like and pecked the poult pretty hard. I don't know if this is a good or bad sign but it happened moments after I placed the poults under her wings; perhaps it takes a little bit for her to accept the new poults or not. I'm hoping they aren't pecked to death in the morning by the broody hen. Is there anything else I can do to help this succeed? I'm planning on getting up just before first light to monitor the whole thing and to see if she is accepting them or not to save the poults if she decides to reject them completely. I'd had to loose them. There is one other turkey that is 6 or 7 weeks old, while these poults are probably in their 2nd week of life. Again, any thoughts/suggestions would be appreciated at this time.