This is our first year with turkeys, and probably our last. It's been tough. We went with broad breasted because I could get them from the feed store, and didn't want the minimum order from a hatchery. Bad decision. At any rate, here's my problem and maybe you can help me out: Our healthy turkeys went to the processors this morning. I kept three back because they are limping and favoring a leg. After much reading, I understand that BB turks develop leg problems, much like CX chickens do. Is there anything I can do for these three? One of them hasn't walked in a couple weeks and requires a lot of care to keep healthy and clean. Clearly, it's time to put her down somehow. The other two have developed a pronounced limp over the course of this last week. I didn't know if it was safe to process them, considering they may have inflammation in their bodies. When I feel their hocks, they do feel warm and possibly swollen. Turkeys are 15 weeks old. They weigh between 15 and 20lbs Fed Flockraiser. On grass pasture. We fought off a respiratory issue a couple weeks ago, resulting in the loss of several turkeys Eating and drinking normally Asprin? Tumeric? Vitamins in the water? Has anybody ever seen their turkeys recover enough to process? Thank you in advance!