This is my first turkey to raise in about 18 years, so please bear with me while I re-learn some turkey stuff lol. I have a turkey who I am assuming is a tom, his name is Todd, after my beloved childhood turkey. He is very friendly and has been raised with my chickens. He is about 15ish weeks old now. He has been eating a combination of starter/grower and game bird food (HiSpirit Gamebird). Here recently I have been unable to make the trip to get the HiSpirit Gamebird feed so he has been eating Flock Raiser crumbles with the rest of my pullets. The problem is, he seems very thin. Maybe he is just in that lanky stage that all "teenage" animals seem to go thru, but to me he just seems so thin! He free ranges with the rest of the flock and I see him eating tons of bugs, but also spends a considerable time at the feeder. I think he eats plenty, but just does not seem to be filling out. We should have a new enclosure finished this weekend and I planned on separating him and making sure that he is eating plenty. Does anyone have any suggestions? Unfortunately the only pics I have of him are when he was all puffed up strutting around. His feathers all look terrible too. I put him out to free range once he got bigger because I felt like the pen he was in was causing his feather damage. It has a lot of room in it, but there are a lot 1x2's that I stood up to support the top of the pen (roof is netting covered in black plastic) so water does not gather and collapse the roof. I thought that was tearing up his tailfeathers always brushing up against them, maybe it wasn't but I figured he would be happier out free ranging and having more room. We did have an incident that scared me a little a few weeks back. He was acting very lethargic, laying down with his eyes closed looking like he did not feel good. I gave him some nutri-drench 2x a day for about 3 days and he perked right back up after the first dose and has been fine ever since. Are there any supplements I can give him that can be bought at Atwoods or Tractor Supply that would help with this problem? Anyting I should be watching for?? Anything I need to do differently?? I just remember my turkey before had the meatiest breast ever, and poor Todd has 0 breast meat, he looks and feels like a big ol lanky flamingo or something! He just looks so pitiful!