One of my narragasnt toms developed a limp a couple of weeks ago. He's 2 1/2-3 months old been on 26 percent protein crumbles till bout a week ago and I dropped them down to 20%. He doesnt really like being held but I've picked him up and inspected his feet and can see nothing abnormal. Is this something he might grow out of or something I need to investagte further. I got him and 5 others at the same time when they were bout a week old so its not something he's had since hatching. I've got 7 turkeys together in that pen which measures 24'x16' with a 8'x8' coop attached 5 of the 7 seems to be toms and they do fight some but that limping narry tom I have doesnt seem to participate in the pecking order rituals. I was thinking of adding on to the run and adding another coop at the other end and keeping it seperated. I've got 3 eastern poults and a small chick I adopted that are about 2 weeks old that are still under the light and havent been outside yet. I was planing on putting the 3 new poults and chick in the new pin and coop. Do you think I should seperate the runs with more than just wire or relocate to another area close by. It would save money on wire by butting up to it. I thought maybe once they got to know each other i could mix them together a little and maybe seperate the hens and toms before next breeding season. But I didnt know how mulitple toms would act in a pen next to a pen with hens in it. I generally let them out everyday to range under my supervision because of predators around and they seem to have no fear of anything except from stuff flying above. But I'm really concerned about how next spring going to go with my tom to hen ratio. Thanks in advance for any advice.