I hatched out a few bourbon red turkey poults yesterday. They were doing very very well! Very active, they ate with help at first, and water, too...I had to show them, and I saw them picking at their dishes throughout the afternoon. Around evening, they were all staring up a lot. I thought they were looking at the brightly colored ceiling fan or me, or dust int the air, etc. Throughoutthe night, this has worsened into their necks doubled over onto their backs and their legs spasming hard enough to flip on their backs, they are almost unable to sit/stand since their necks are bent backwards and their legs kick (spasm hard enough to flip them...the poor darlings seem to be too tired to flip themselves back anymore! I am feeding them by hand, turkey crumble mixed with water to make a mash, and have made a "nest" of towels around each one so they cannot knock themselves flat on their backs any more. Their crops are pitifully empty, despite hand-feeding all night and their pecking yesterday. I am feeing them every hour, and it is a very watery mix, the poo watery each time I feed them, but they are just getting so very weak! They seem better after the feeding/watering, though, for a few minutes or so. Their brooder is at 97 degrees, and if they could move they have room to move away or towards, the hot spot is 100 degrees, the coolest spot is 93, where they are laying is 97. Please help! I don't want them to die! Thanks in advance!