my broad breasted white turkey has been sick for about 3-4 months now, i hoped he would just "shake it off" like so many of my birds have time and time again but guss is starting to get worse. he has a runny nose that is clogged so he has to breath through his mouth (all the time). I think his head is swellen but he is my only turkey so i dont have anything to compair him to. lately he has been acting strainge, like he is stairing into space and dosnt care about anything. He is not eating normally but he is drinking (i cant tell how much), i have no way to tell if he is loosing weight (he is to heavy for me to pick him up safely). I have a feeling that it was an upper resperitory infection that turned into pnomonia. usually my gut feelings are right but i dont know how to treat/cure him. I gave him 1/2 OZ. of penicillan G yesterday (i wasnt sure about how to dose a bird, i figured a little is better than none.) should i keep giving him pen G or should i get somthing else? also, how do I figure out how much to give him? BTW: i have a couple of chickens and ducks in the pen with him and they are all healthy, i herd 1 sneeze yesterday but not today and just 1 sneeze, could have been dirt up her nose. Also Guss' poop is normal most of the time with some small piles of muddy pudding-like poop here and there.