I'll make the story short but will start from the beginning.... I currently own 17 adult turkeys. 3 Toms, 11 hens and 2 poults (1 of these poults are the sick one I am asking about). Multiple different heritage breeds.But, the one heritage breed I did not have and wanted were Royal Palms. I love their white feathers with black tips. Just beautiful.... I also own a bunch of chickens. Too many to really count. Mostly RR and a few golden sexlinks. (all hens) Any who, I went ahead and bought from my favorite hatchery, Cackle. I got 4 poults due it all they had hatch that day and I said it would be fine. After 4 days the first poult died. All were eating and drinking just fine and in very clean conditions. No signs of any actual health issues. 3 weeks later, the second poult died. Again, no signs of disease or illness leading up to death. All of my Turkeys are pets and treated as so until they are too big to stay inside in their 4x4 brooder. So, they get lots of interaction and are checked up on a lot. All 3 would follow myself and my son around like we were mom. Once outside they tend to group up with the other turkeys (at least after the pecking order is established).... They are all still pets though. I can pet everyone one of them and they all follow me around their run all day. That was about 2 months ago and the poults are now just over 3.5 months old and living outside with the rest of the turkeys. But, I am noticed an extreme growth difference between the two poults. One is over 3x the size of the other and smaller of the two hasn't gained any weight in 3 weeks. It also tends to walk around on the ground looking more like a buzzard (head pulled down and into its back/neck). It doesn't fly up to the roost at night (18 inches is the lowest 2" x 6" and they increase by 18 inches until the highest of the roosts is 72 inches.. All setup diagonally increasing in height) My first thought was "darn, he must have got blackhead from reaching through the fence on the side of the yard that the chickens roam free". I treated him with Rooster Booster first, getting rid of any possible cecal worms and then treated with Acidified Copper Sulfate for 5 days on, 2 days off, and 2 days on. No change. (was over 4 weeks ago now). I did notice a few small lesions showing up on its head but, it does not look like Fowl Pox (which have seen a hundred times in my 20+ years of owning poultry) and any chicken/turkey I have scene with fowl pox really only has a couple days of lethargic attitude and then they tend to perk up. It also just looks all around rougher than any other bird on the farm. More broken feathers and obviously less preening going on by him/her. About 6 weeks ago, I separated it into its own coop/run and have started it back on 28% protein feed to help try and put on weight (though it doesn't seem to be working). I also add electrolytes to its water every day (just to help)... He/she has a healthy appetite and eats daily and even takes treats of boiled egg whites/yolk. But, it is still sitting at just shy of 1.5lbs. (her sibling is currently sitting at 6lbs and is knocked down to 20% protein feed). Its droppings look 100% normal as well. Any ideas as to what this could be? Did I just get some poor health/quality Royal Palms from cackle?.. I have raised over 500 turkeys in my life and never seen one so stunted and sit so strange in its posture.