I have a young royal palm tom that I hatched out around June of 2012. About a week or so ago, I noticed something was wrong with him. He is walking kind of stiff, and his neck is bent back (like they do when they strut). He can't strech it forward to eat or drink, so he has to lay down to reach the food and water. I've been placing the food and water up higher for him so he can reach it without struggle. None of his feathers are ruffled or puffed up. Also, none of my other turkeys or chickens are acting this way, so I don't think it's contagious. At first I just thought he was doing it maybe because he was cold, as there was snow on the ground, however, now it is in the 40s and he is still doing it. None of the other turkeys I have are doing it either. He isn't strutting, as I know what that looks like, and he is not even the dominant tom as my two older toms are. I've locked up my toms thinking they might of been beating him up, but it hasn't help any. Now he is starting to loss weight fast, and I'm afraid he is going to die. Does anyone know what this might be, or how I might be able to help him. If he doesn't get better soon, I'm probably just going to have to kill him as he is starting to have issues walking even, and I know that he must be miserable. I hate seeing him suffer when I know he isn't gonna get any better.