Hey guys! Figured I'd pick the collective BYC brain and see if anyone has thoughts on what's going on with Sick Turkey. S/he's a 15 week Chocolate turkey that was laying at the bottom of the poult pile Tuesday morning, and seemed really out of it. S/he had a few spots of dried blood on the back of the neck. I settled Sick Turkey in the corner with a pile of food and a bowl of water, and s/he was eating and drinking, so I chalked it up to a cold night and being sat on. Sick Turkey was indistinguishable from the other poults that evening (except for the dried blood). Last night, Sick Turkey was identified by refusing to put down the right foot, and was determined to be the same Sick Turkey because of the blood spots. I see no swelling, no lesions, no wounds, but the toes are limp and just kinda there, and Sick Turkey isn't able to bear weight on that leg. Doesn't seem to be painful, but also doesn't seem to have any sensation at all- Sick Turkey doesn't withdraw the leg if I'm messing with the toes. There's also a greenish streak running up the top of the second toe towards the shank, which is strange. Unfortunately, with no helper, I wasn't able to get pictures- hopefully, some will be forthcoming this evening. No odd odor from the foot, good attitude, eating and drinking. Sick Turkey is now residing in my barn office, in a dog crate, but if there's something I can do to fix it, I'd like to. All the poults are on Purina Flock Raiser at this point. Any help would be really appreciated!