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I have one turkey poult that's genetics are un identified
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I have one turkey poult that's genetics are un identified
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I have one turkey poult that's genetics are un identified
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I have one turkey poult that's genetics are un identified
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I have one turkey poult that's genetics are un identified
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post #4 of 7

Sorry I don't understand the question.:/

 

Are you referring to the poop? - it's normal.

 

I'm guessing at your question so I hope my answers may have helped. Otherwise would you please specify the question? :D 


Edited by Free Spirit - 12/6/15 at 6:44am

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You win some and lose some. When at first you don't succeed: try... try... try... try and try again.

 

How to Provide Emergency and Supportive Care        

Maintaining a Healthy Flock

Chicken Injuries & Diseases

Poop Chart 

Emergency Helpful References & Links

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The tom has a scar on his dewlap, and the top of his head is swollen... Wish I got better pictures
I have one turkey poult that's genetics are un identified
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I have one turkey poult that's genetics are un identified
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The scar "could" be a pecking wound. I had that happen to one of my hens this year that freaked me out until I figured out what it was. My tom latched on and was dragging her around causing an ugly looking wound. I really can't tell from the picture, it's just a guess.

 

Sorry but I don't know what could cause a swollen head either other than a possible sinus issue. Is he showing any other symptoms physically, odd behavior?

You win some and lose some. When at first you don't succeed: try... try... try... try and try again.

 

How to Provide Emergency and Supportive Care        

Maintaining a Healthy Flock

Chicken Injuries & Diseases

Poop Chart 

Emergency Helpful References & Links

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You win some and lose some. When at first you don't succeed: try... try... try... try and try again.

 

How to Provide Emergency and Supportive Care        

Maintaining a Healthy Flock

Chicken Injuries & Diseases

Poop Chart 

Emergency Helpful References & Links

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No none that I've noticed, but I'll keep a lookout
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