I have 5 turkeys, purchased as pairs, 2 bronze breasted, 2 white, and 2 silver speckled. They turned out to be 4 silvers/blue, one silver was lost because of an accident about 4 months ago. The silver tom is largest and dominant, then the bronze tom. This third odd little tom, has always been an outsider, but there was no overt fighting. He displays no male dominance that the other 2 do. I seriously considered he might just be a buff hen, not sure what he was until I decided the last couple of months. (based on head, snood, and beard) I returned after Thanksgiving and found him downcast, standing with his head down at the back of the dome. I kept watching him and he was walking around. The next day as I was watering them, I got a closer look at his eyes. They looked shrunken and watery. I tried to get a better look, but other than the eyes, I couldn't find anything else amiss. Over the last two days he has remained the same. I have no clue what to do for him. We don't have a vet, and I don't have a way to drive him the 40 miles to the vet. I have no clue if he has fever, and shudder at the thought of discovering how that's done. I detect no breathing difficulty, and he seems to be able to walk OK. Any suggestions?