Is it possible to have bumble foot on the chest?? We have an extremely obese turkey we rescued and she likes to do 2 things: eat and lay down. She lays down so much that her chest is bald. Honestly it's hard for her to walk, and I imagine standing is a chore. She gets to free range but after about 10 feet she'll start huffing from exertion. If she sees food she tries to run...and will follow a bowl of pellets slowly back to her coop at night. The other day my 7 yo son told me Big Mama had hissed at him as he walked by, and just layed there in the lawn. I thought that odd. She's so friendly and talks to us, not hissing. So at bedtime when I went to coax her to bed she was indeed still laying there, hissing and shaking. Short little hisses. She let me pet her but showed NO interest in food whatsoever. I patted her down, checked under her wings where I;ve known our muscovies to eat on her before and she seemed a-ok. My next step was to ROLL her onto her side (oy!!!) and in the middle of her chest was this dirt/poop looking "ball"...I popped it off and it broke, leaving a layer still stuck to her and at that point it looked like it was sticking INTO her skin. she got up and pecked at 2 pellets and I got her to finally walk to the coop, and the hissing stopped. Once to the coop, I managed to look underneath her and find the edge of the dirt-plug-thing and popped it off with my thumbnail. Cottage-cheese and thin yellow fluid POURED out under her (and of course she tried to eat it, grody!). There had to be at least an ounce of this crud. I rolled her again and squeezed it, not making much more progress,a nd put her to bed. This morning she was eating/drinking and the plug had reformed (it's textured like horse poop almost) so I removed the plug, rinsed it with soapy water, got some foamy crud and a pebble out, and packed it with Neosporin. The hole itself is maybe the size of a penny & goes thru all skin layers. Oh I also removed some dead tissue from the edges. This evening she's still acting normal and eating like she's never going to have a chance again (her normal), and we changed out her straw to make sure her bed is clean. Could this be "bumblechest?'