I recently acquired four young turkeys, hatched in April this year. They have been free range and hang together in a tight group. I had to leave town for two days and one night, and when I got home late last night, the youngsters had gone across the street into the alfalfa field and were nesting or whatever they do for the night where there is no roost. Three were normal, but one tom is swelling all over, and it's like he is full of air! They aren't exactly pets but they are not too scared either. I have not messed with him except to quarantine him with food and water, and shelter. He seems distressed by the loss of his flock but does not seem noticeably (to me) stressed by his condition. I have had a pair of turkeys for a year (until the hen met the fox) and have had no trouble until this. What can I do? It is possible to get to a feed store but I do not know what they have for poultry. I used to ask the gal who had the other feed store in town, but I eventually learned she would sell you anything you were fool enough to buy whether it was good or bad, so I have stopped asking the feed store owners unless I already have a clue. Thank you for any help/information you can give me.