Well, I adopted a gorgeous obese turkey about a week ago. I introduced her to our flock of chickens (one pretty mean roo) and 4 muscovies. They did their dominance dance but Big Mama seemed to have put them all in their place nicely, being so huge. She's pretty slow moving, due to girth. I got hoem form work and went to feed the flock, and noticed she was bloody on her back. Lifting a massive wing, she looks like a zombie took a big bite out of her! Either the enighbors 2 puppies got her (they are turning a bit agressive and I've seen them scatter the flock once), or a coyote, or the flock of poultries decided to spontaneously pek away under her wing. I poured warm soapy water over the wound and patted at it with a clean washcloth to try to visualize it. It's maybe the soze of a baseball and to me it looks like it goes thru all layers of skin, possibly to muscle. I'd take a pic but it's too gross. I'm a nurse and see some pretty nasty things, and this made even me turn a bit green. The wound looks healthy. Fresh blood, I'm sure from being pecked at, but no other drainage or green or bad smells. My DH (d in this case does not stand for dear) will not finish her coop, so I was forced to put her inside the duck coop side of the pen with the door shut and pans of food & water. The other birds cannot get to her. I don't want to put neosporin on it since it's meant for superficial skin wounds, not zombie bites. She's alert, walking, talking, eating, and drinking. Should I add something to her water? do they sell OTC antibiotics at feed stores? I'm hoping she'll pull thru this. I'm already in love with her.