Well I have no intentions of culling her because of albinism. Yes she is smaller than the others which might indicate she does have trouble seeing, but other wise she is a healthy bird. I'm not even sure she is a she but it seems I read somewhere that albinism would only occur in female turkeys. Now if she were a male, she would simply get butchered at some point. But she should still be able to lay eggs for eating when she matures.
The turkey's are currently in a pen under a shade tree. Eventually they will be moved to a building and pens with my peafowl which is sunny but they would have a large open indoor area that is shaded. I am hopefully going to have a number of grape vines growing over the pen to provide shade as well. (If we ever get some rain!!)
I really just don't want to chance damaging her eyes further by taking her outside. The information here has helped. It gives me more to consider. I brought her in to take some pictures, and my camera is really slow and she moves really fast. But at least in the blurs you can see her eyes.
DH says her skin might sunburn as well if she doesn't keep a good feather cover. I think I will leave her in the brooder house until it cools down some and the sun isn't so intense. So I guess she'll be there at least another month. It took me a year to get these turkeys and they certainly weren't cheap. I got them from two different sources so I could have mixed blood lines. If she just hangs around as a non-producing pet that's okay too.
I can breed the others and have the excess boys for dinner or to sell.
I may eventually have to separate her because of her condition if the males get overly aggressive with her or if I start hatching the others' eggs. But that shouldn't be a major problem.