I went to feed our little flock and found Tiny Turkey barely breathing, laying against their water bowl. She will open her eyes, just barely, if picked up. The coop is pretty new to them, second hand, so now I am worried. My guesses: 1. A disease from the coop 2. A fall from the coop down to the run/neck inury (the turkeys are hesitant to use the ramp) 3. It rained about 10" here yesterday. The coop is over the run so well protected, but...? I brought her inside, limp. My instinct was to take her to the bathtub and pour warm water on her feet to warm her. She barely reacted to any of this. I had one of the kids crank the thermostat up, then wrapped her in a towel and held her. She was doing some agonal breathing and really looks like she is dying. I got a few drops of glucose water in her mouth, hoping for a miracle. I set her in a small cardboard box inside the bathtub, wrapped in the towel, shut the door & turned off the light. It's the warmest room in the house. I went back to check on her and she's still breathing, less agonally, and seemed to be shivering. so I warmed to bath towels in the drier and got her rewrapped and back into the box. She did open her eyes briefly and moved 2 toes. I've prepared the children for her to not live. My gut says she needs ot be put down. My husband should be here within a coupel hours and I know he can do it. :-( Should I try to give her overnight? I've seen animals and people die. I know what it looks like. This bird is dying.