I went out to refill the feed this afternoon and found a little 9 week old WCB Polish face down in the litter inside the coop. A great deal of her crest had been picked off and she has a bloody head showing through. It doesn't look like the flesh has been taken off -- although, there are some places where it does look like the attack dug deeper into her skull. When I opened the coop door, I saw my turkey standing over her getting ready to peck her more. I tossed out the turkey and grabbed my baby and ran her into the house. She was shivering and limp, eyes closed. I put her in a box with a heat lamp over her. Took about 2 hours for her to warm back up. So I gooped on Triple Antibiotic ointment (NO pain reliever) on her head and put it on thick. I had her wrapped in a towel and after a while, she started to pant. So I made her up some electrolytes in her water and have been using a dropper to put a bit at a time in her beak. She is drinking it down fine that way. She is too weak to stand or eat/drink on her own. She is flopped over on her side, face down. Is there anything else I'm missing??? OH!! I forgot to mention her beak is broke, too. I don't know how my turkey did it (turkey is full grown) but the top of her beak is cracked and moves a bit. Well, it only moved when I tried to put the syringe in her beak. Otherwise, it seems to hold it's place. She has blood around her beak-- is that from the break??? Like I said, I have done what I think I can at this point, but if there is anything I'm missing.. please advise! Thank you!