I bought 4 midget whites from a friend and one came with a cough/wheeze. He said some of them get it once, and then never again, once they get over it. It has been over a month and she is still wheezing and coughing. I don't see anything coming from her nose, although her nostrils look a little darker than the other turkeys. None of the other turkeys have become sick, and she doesn't seem to have gotten worse, but it has been over a month now. She is otherwise eating and drinking okay as well. They do free range when I am home 3 days a week, so she has plenty of bugs and grass to eat as well. I tried to give her Duramyacin orally for a few days, but it doesn't seem to have helped. I have also been unable to find a vet who will treat a turkey. I have parrots, and we rescued one which we found out later had an upper respiratory infection as well. The vet said it is common with inadequate Vitamin A levels. He has been healthy since we gave him a round of antibiotics and changed his diet. I am considering giving this turkey some Vitamin A, but I know too much can be toxic. Does anyone have any experience or ideas for treatment? She may eventually get over it, but I hate to see her sick if I can prevent it. The picture below is of my turkeys, not sure which one is the sick one in the picture. Thanks for your help!