Earlier this year I had one sick chicken with leg issues. I googled for Mareks and didn't see specifically the kind of leg issues she was having. Well, she died. Shortly after, I found a hen with her legs stretched out and curled toes, dead. And now my turkey is flopping around with one leg out and I think he's got Mareks too. My neighbor pointed out that one symptom is diarrhea, and then she reminded me that the chickens I had adopted from a friend early on this year had mudbutts. Which they kinda still do despite my best efforts at cleaning and keeping their tushies clean. (They're not as bad as they were when I got them; everyone was in bad shape from being kept in a small coop without much room to live, or so I thought.) I have had my ducks and turkey inside the coop, as well as all my chickens, of course. Now ... now there's not much I can do since they all have it now already, right? I am so mad at myself for not realizing sooner. I am so mad at myself for not knowing ahead of time to vaccinate the new chicks. I now have 19 hens, one rooster, two ducks, and one turkey that could suffer a horrible malady because I was so eager to rescue someone's chickens who ended up being sick. And my awesome coop that I'd configured now is filled with disease. I am sad. Especially because, from what I'm reading, there's nothing I can do about it. I'll post pictures of the turkey here in a second when I get back to my phone.