This is the first year we are raising turkeys. We have 7 poults who are 3 weeks old in our mudroom in a brooder. In the past week I have heard some sneezing but today noticed some nasal discharge. Their poop looks normal but they are eating less than I would expect from birds of that are the size and age. Their eyes look fine and they have a lot of energy and are flying to the top of the brooder when I open the top. We have talked to the breeder who claims his flock is disease free and suggested we bring the birds to a vet. I may bring a bird in tomorrow to the vet but in the interim does anyone have any ideas? I've read on the web that some folks chlorinate the poults water. Does anyone recommend that? Just to add that we are also brooding 24 chicks in a separate brooder and both brooders are kept VERY clean including a change of liter daily and new food and water 2x per day. There are no signs of illness with the chicks.