Oh my goodness my turkey hen was attacked by the other turkeys in the pen! I THINK! I have no idea really I just found her on her side this morning! its possible something got in the pen and stated it - but I am unsure....anyways I found a TOM ontop of her and I could not see what he was doing, I ran in there to save her!!!! What can I do to make her comfortable (from home NOT from a vet) I will take her to a vet if necessary - unless everyone here thinks antibiotics are necessary. I took a chicken to the vet and $250 dollars later to save one chicken . . . the vets here are great, BUT they sure charge alot. I really cannot go through that again here - I think she will be just fine - but she needs care right now. This is my first turkey injury. She is 8 months old and I just got her. I did not pay for her...so if I had to I guess we could just put her down...but I really do not want to have to do that. I want to do what I can for her here at home, please be kind - please realize I care for my animals really well. - for pain? asprin? or what? how much? and when? or Tylenol? baby asprin? - wound washes? Saline solution ok? or just water? - bandage? probably not? just thought I would ask. - Pollysporin with antibiotics in it? or regular pollysporin? What do you think? - should I force feed her? force her water? or just offer it? pretty sure she is dehydrated. - bedding? Pine shavings? or are they too pointy, she has raw skin, I want her as comfortable as possible. CLEAR PRECISE INFORMATION APPRECIATED She is in a pen alone now at my house being cared for. NO ORGANS are showing. She was not standing at all, but now she is standing. She is exhausted and weak. 2 toms have blood on their faces - I cannot tell if they are also injured OR if they are the culprits. I also removed my other hens from the pen....the boys are only together now.