Ok, not a chicken problem, but... I got this turkey from my neighbor, I didn't check him over when I got him... he acted healthy, his feathers were a bit ragged at the ends, but they were kept in a coop with no outside run, I figured he'd look healthier after free-ranging for awhile... also it had been rainy and muddy, and some of mine get a bit dirty/ragged looking when the weather's like that, so I didn't think anything of it. Today, bf noticed something wrong with the tom, and we started checking him over, lifting up his feathers, he has open wounds at his butt and his back near his butt is covered in maggots! We dusted him really good with sevin, but don't know what else to do... we did check over my turkey hens, they were ok, but we dusted them anyway. The turkey hens and our chickens and guineas all dust-bathe often, we're not too worried about them, but will be checking them all over the next couple of nights, and will probably dust them and spray the barn... Do I need to confine my tom? bf says he had a rooster with maggots years ago, he dusted him, but the roo didn't make it, but none of his others had any problems... Is there anything else I can do??? I told my neighbor to check his other turkeys and chickens, bf says a big cause for it could be that the neighbor's are in confinement, no outside pen, and no dust baths, he thinks this tom must've had it when we got him, just wasn't noticeable then. Help!!