Hi, I'm new to the forum and did try to do a thread search on my question but found little information. I'm hoping someone can offer information. I had 8 bourbon red turkeys in a moveable pen. Over night on Monday something got in and attacked them. Three got the worst of it. It looked like their skin had been peeled away exposing nothing but the flesh underneath. One was on the throat the other two on the breast. No organs were exposed. I separated the injured birds into their own pens and cleaned their wounds with a betadine and water solution. We are an organic practice family farm so antibiotics are not an option. After speaking with a friend who offered to try and stitch their skin closed I decided it wasn't reasonable to not only put the birds through that process but then also have to deal with the possible infection that could occur, and not be able to treat it. So, I decided to process the birds the following day, Wednesday. Not knowing what attacked them and given the 30 hours or so between the time of the injury and processing I'm unsure if they are safe to eat. I cut away all of the damaged area but I've never had this happen before. Can anyone offer advice from their experience? Thank you.