About 6 months ago, I was given a turkey chick. He grew up to be beautiful and followed me around like a puppy. As I read up on turkeys, I found they need company. I couldn't find any more turkey babies, so I bought 4 baby chicks (Ameraucana) from the local feed store. They were perfect beautiful specimens of the breed. These were supposed to be all hens, but I am pretty sure they grew up to be roosters. They all crowed and one in particular was very "in love" with me. They all got along fine, no eggs at all. They were beautiful, big, healthy and very sweet. Last night, I put the roosters and turkey up in their house. Each night they go in there and hop up on their roosting bar which is about 4 feet off the floor of the coop. The coop is about 10 inches off the ground. They all looked and acted normal. This morning when I went to open their house, they were all on the floor. They were flopped over and I first thought they were all dead. Carefully, I picked each one up and found they were alive. One appears to be fine, but concerned about the others. One is upright but can only take a few steps before falling back to his belly. Two were alive but were not even strong enough to lift their heads. The same with my turkey. I was careful in case there was a snake in the coop but did not find one (nor evidence of one.) I checked their entire bodies but cannot find a single puncture or wound. Two have now died and my turkey appears to be taking his last breaths. The other two have not changed. I live in the country, but there is no one close to me with any chickens. I just need some ideas as to what could be wrong. I gave them all water with some prednisone (steriod) to counteract any shock they may have been in. It had no effect. I am heart broken. These were my babies. Please help.