I have lost two mature tom turkeys in the last 3 days. Both were large healthy birds about 1 1/2 years old and I found them just laying there with no marks or signs of illness. They are a small flock of 5 toms and 5 hens, sweetgrass and bourbon reds. Because the smallest tom was getting picked on he lived in on half of the pen with 4 roosters and the other 4 lived on the other side with the 5 hens. Every morning I go out and let the single tom, the roosters, and the hens out in the turkey yard and give them some scratch and whole corn. They all have fresh water and turkey pellets available at all times. After lunch I put the small tom and the roosters in their pen and let the rest out to do turkey things. They are in a 10x10 dog kennel that is reinforced with smaller wire and covered with tarps, so they get lots of fresh air while being protected from the weather. This happens very quickly, as the first one passed between morning and noon. I found the small tom this morning laying under the feeder. When I say small, I mean at least 20 pounds. There has been no sign of illness and both of them were acting normally energetic and interested in food and water. Any ideas what happened? This is a huge loss considering how long I have been feeding them and I am worried about the other three toms. I got them as hatching eggs and poults from local folks who raise turkeys, so they are not hatchery stock.