Yesterday morning I saw one of our 15 week old toms apparently mounting a hen of the same age. He didn't do a very good job and was replaced by another, then another. I was looking like an underage gang bang so I walked over to investigate. Before I got there yet another young tom started to peck the hen's head. I chased them away from her and then could see that she was on her back. She got up and, though understandably quiet, seemed no the worse for the experience. We had a long return journey to make and were gone for eight hours. When we got back, the hen was hiding and emerged only when she saw us. She looked rather forlorn but was walking, though slowly, and eating. When she rejoined the flock, one of the big guys stomped on her and then one of the younger ones tried to beat her up. With that we gave her some paracetamol solution and isolated her for the night with food and water. This morning she went out but stayed alone, walking and eating slowly. The poor thing looked very sorry for herself. She's back in isolation now and seems happy to rest. We can see no signs of illness or injury, other than some fluff missing from one leg, but she is clearly not happy. She can walk but is sitting in her cage at the moment. I found this school yard bullying quite distressing and some of those toms are lining themselves up for an early sale if they do it again. We hope that she is no more than distressed and bruised from the beating yesterday and will recover quickly. However, if more experienced turkey people can give me more information or advice about what might be going on here, I'd be grateful, please. Thanks.