This morning around 4:30am I heard some thumping. I listened for a sec and thought maybe one of the turkeys fell off the roost or something. I didn't hear any alarm noises and thought it might be fine, but then heard some chirping and flapping. So I ran outside and found a coyote on top of my flapping ~12lb 5mo old bourbon red. I hissed to alert him of my anger and spotlighted him with the flashlight and he was over the fence and gone. My turkey was missing almost all his tail feathers (do they defend with their butts ever?) and had a big chunk of neck feathers torn out with a few chunks of missing skin and/or? small punctures. The largest was a little bigger than a quarter in size. He was stunned with his head on the ground. I held him and checked him for injuries and after a minute or so he tried to stand on his own. This seemed like a good sign, but I didn't know what to do, so I moved him under the little shelter they have in case of rain and tried to go back to bed but couldn't sleep. Around 6am I heard something and ran out full speed to find the other turkey trying to fight him, yanking on his uninjured neck skin because he was sleeping standing head down and looked vulnerable I guess (they are just at the age where they scuffle a lot and test each other's dominance often). I've got them separated now and the injured turkey is in a private box, I washed the neck gently with warm water on a rag and dabbed some neosporin around the openings. He's been sleeping standing up, sometimes head up sometimes head down since about 5am this morning so 7 hours so far. He hasn't shown any interest in food or water, and I'm hoping for the best. Any other tips would be much appreciated.