I was gone for the weekend and my husband took care of the turkeys for two days. Yesterday morning, first day back, I noticed one of my Royal Palm Turkeys, (4 months old) had roosted in our bantam coop instead of the turkey tractor like all the rest. It was hiding and sitting still while all the bantams ran outside to eat and play. I made it get up and go outside, but noticed it was hiding and sitting still behind the dog house. I mentioned to my husband that it might be sick and we needed to keep an eye on it. I noticed later that it was not by the dog house, so I thought it got better and moved on. Others closed the turkey and hen house and bantam house last night. I got up at 3 am to see if our new timed light in the hen house was turning on. When I looked around the hen house, I noticed the Royal Palm under the roosting bars...and dead. I have a picture of the liver. It is very dark around the edges of one side. What happened, and can we still eat it? It is so skinny, not really much to eat, but I would like to know if anyone knows what this is?