Turkeys with lesions/warts on their faces

Tiger Shark

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Anyone wanna help out? I don’t know what to do. One of my turkeys can’t even see out of his eye. I live in FL.
 

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GotCoop

Songster
7 Years
Jan 10, 2013
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Baker, Fl
Fowl pox looks bad, but they will generally get over it without any adverse affects (as chicken pox in humans). Some of the birds will may have a worse reaction than others (as far as warts and scabs) but they come out alright.
 

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