Hey all, Just saw this thread on leg problems in turkeys, I have been having a similar problem with a BBB hen of mine. She is nearly 3 months old, not ready for slaughter yet (that is why I have them) and developed about a week ago a strange leg/hip/bone issue. I have come to the conclusion that this is irreversible so we are going to butcher her, but wanted to get your thoughts on what it could be for the next round of turkeys. One day she just started walking around with her tail down, not like the rest of the turkeys, so knew something was up. She was like that for three days, gave her ACV to try and kick whatever she was fighting and it didn't help. Then on day three it seemed like she was having trouble walking, like an old dog with arthritis in its hips; she would sit down abruptly and would kinda fumble to get up and would walk like she was in pain in her hips. This continued into day four, then day five she just went down and stopped getting up. Currently, she is down and can no longer bend her legs (due to the loss of tender flexibility). I consulted a long time commercial BBW turkey breeder and he said it was a genetic bone issue that shows up at 2 weeks and if it doesn't kill them then, it will show up between 12-14 weeks and then cause this issue. So he thinks it's a genetic bone issue. We've had it pop up every now and then with past batches of turkeys but not like this. THOUGHTS?