I have 5 turkey chicks and about 3 of them have leg problems. We had them in a indoor pen with some chicks and a mother duck with her babies. The mother duck bit the turkeys pretty good a couple of times especially on one of them. We thought that was why they seemed to be limping around. When have removed her and the babies out of the pen and it has been a week and a half. We realized it must of not been from the duck alone. One of the turkeys won't stand and we seperated him into his own pen so he can get some rest. We started wondering if the grain they were eating was making them to heavy since they didn't have grass around. I moved 4 of them outside with the other large birds yesterday since they were big enough. The one that won't stand wouldn't be able to put up with the larger birds so I started picking grass for him. I just got married this month a couple weeks back so I had been busy getting everything set up and been having my husbands dad help me take care of the birds. He just walks in and feeds and waters them so he hasn't been paying attention and I haven't been staying in their pen all that long either cause usually I will talk and pet them. I did notice when I moved them outside that the lower part of their leg looks like it is bending inward. I didn't know if these types of turkeys have leg problems or not since they get big. If anyone has any suggestions I'd appericate it.