This morning I noticed a runny brown poop from one of my turkeys, assuming it's them because the chickens poo are smaller. Is runny poo a sign of something not right for my turkeys? Tommy and Trudy -- they will be guests for the holidays, not eaten LOL. Thanks for any info! It's raining hard out now and I didn't bring camera out when I let them out this AM. I can keep an eye on it and bring phone to take pix next time I notice anything . .
- The Chiarian
I wouldn't worry quite yet. It is normal for some of the turkey poops to be brown and runny.
If your running chickens and turkeys together (which for some regions is a risk) I would keep a keen eye on it and look for any other abnormal changes (such as yellow streaks and/or frothiness).
Lets see if this works otherwise when hubby wakes from nap he will help me!
Do all of his poops look like that? If so, what are you feeding him?