I posted a detailed description of this on the turkey forum, but so far no replies, so I'll keep it really short. One of my tom turkeys apparently got heat stroke this afternoon -- hasn't been much above 50 here since November, suddenly it went from 40 something to 83 in a couple of hours, and I was "de-winterizing" the turkey run, and it was probably 8-10 degrees hotter in there, and the birds were stressed and panting due to my working in there (they're not very tame). He suddenly had basically a seizure -- flopped over, kind of rolling his head. I didn't know what else to do, so I took him out and ran cold water over him for a bout 5 minutes. He kind of came out of it to the point he seemd to be at least aware of his surroundings. This was around 3:00 this afternoon. As of about 8:30 tonight, he was awake, seemed pretty alert, but very weak. He would get up, walk about 10 feet with his wings drooping, seemed winded, and would lay down again. I did see him take a small sip of water. Just before dark, the rest of the turkeys were still awake/up, but he went into the back corner, laid down in the bedding, kind of fussed with a feather for a second, and then sort of folded his head back/tucked beak under wing (sort of) and basically fell asleep . So, what do you think the prognosis is? Is there anything I could do to help or prevent complications -- should I give antibiotics and electrolytes. If I get up in the morning early (say 5:30 ish) and find him dead, would he still be ok to eat if I cleaned right away?