We hatched out our very first 3 turkey poults a few days ago. We've only ever hatched chicks and have had great success with them. We moved them to a brooder with the chicks that hatched out with them last night. We dipped each beak in the water (with electrolyte) and the turkey poult feed. Last night they appeared to be great. Chicks were eating and drinking. But now I'm concerned that 2 of our poults are starving out. They are so weak today. I've tried helping them drink and eat this morning but I'm worried that they will not survive. Any tips to ensure poults don't starve out?! Our chicks have always been great to eat and drink after moving to the brooder. The temp in brooder appears to be good according to their behavior. Any tips or advice would be appreciated! We have another 13 turkey eggs due to hatch in 2 weeks and want to ensure we are prepared to ensure the poults survive.