I looked everywhere on here and the big ol' internet and can't find any help, so thought I would try the straight up and ask approach. I have poults purchased from Porter's two weeks (and 3 days) ago. Lost a couple in the first few days and have 18 left. All were doing wonderfully till today. I have been taking them outside once a day on nice days since about 3-4 days old.... Today when I went to get them, most flew up to the top of the brooder to go outside, but one kept leaping up like he was trying to get out only to hit his head and wings on the covering of the brooder. He couldn't figure out that he had to move to the open side. After I got them all outside, he started running around in areas that the others weren't interested in, and peeping out like he was lost. He came over to me and tried several times to fly up to my head or shoulders (the first time that ANY of them have attempted that.) When I would take him down, he would peep wildly again and run in weird places getting himself caught up in fences etc.... He pecks at his feathers like he's covered in mites (I saw nothing when I looked him over) and he shakes his head like he's trying to throw something off. He's back in the brooder with the rest now and he's still peeping all the time and stands in the corner of the brooder and keeps trying to fly out (and hitting the covering.) The only thing I have found on the WWW is "crazy chick disease - A vitamin E Deficiency" which still doesn't quite match up with his behavior. I put DE in the brooder in case it's mites and pretty much bathed him in it as well. I have now added vitamins to the water since I figure it probably won't hurt even if it's not a vit. E deficiency. This is my second year with turkeys and I have never seen this before. Any ideas out there? I will cull if I have to, but I want to make sure that it's not something that all the others have already and it's just a matter of time for them all to go symptomatic. If it's curable I would rather do that obviously. Thanks!