My Tom is about 40 lbs has spent last 2 summers in 1/4 acre backyard with a place for feed, water and bedding on our porch, surrounded with an open wire fence to contain his pine shavings. If he had his way, he would live indoors with us, always knocking at back door, he has quite a personality, knows his name ( Igor ) , named after the Canadian goose from the movie " Fly away home" about orphaned geese raised by a young girl in southern Ontario . Igor became ill on dec 24, 2013 and it wasn't the first time he had sinusitis, he had this once before when we first got him in 2011 as a 4 month old , at that time we gave Tylan 50 injectable , per body weight and so when he got ill this time I made same choice. He was given 2.5 cc Tylan 50 for 3 days but because he was still so ill on 4 the day I gave another dose into breast as directed. He is living on course pine shavings and I added a heat lamp nearby when the temperatures dropped just prior to him getting ill. Temps back to normal and very nice here in phx az , he developed the sniffles and had thick discharge from eyes, having few choices I diagnosed and treated. He is now weak , attempts standing and does get to his feet, but not enough energy to get many steps. I read threads here and decided yesterday to take the electrolyte advice given by veteran poultry expert. He ( the turkey ) took to the electrolytes made for chickens in my first aid supplies, he drank a quart or so yesterday and is most the way thru his second quart today 1 pm Also gave him chicken egg n water when he wouldn't eat, 2 days in a row he ate only the egg water He shares yard with 2 dogs, a cat and too many pigeons and sparrows, lives in green grass where he stays comfortable without body sores, we gave him a foot spa so his feet are in very good shape. He eats purine turkey grower mixed with scratch feed , 1/4 grower feed to 3/4 scratch in an attempt to lower the caloric intake and keep him from being over weight, which he was at the end of summer 2012 at which time he had swollen feet and walked with an odd lumbering waddle. 2013 he got around very well until Dec 23rd when he slowed down with his sinus issue. He is a large, all white turkey Tom, broad breasted or holland white, really not sure as to exact breed Any feed or supplement advice ? Maybe I over looked something obvious for why he seems weak ?