Closeup if it helps. Also forgot to mention we did have to put down a hen with diarrhea and was limp but that was last fall.
Bumblefoot questions - Page 2
Were the roosters ever fed layer feed? If so, maybe they could be suffering from gout.
So in reality neither feet look great but the foot on the left is the foot he won't stand on. The foot you see on the right looks worse to me. It appears more red and swollen and has a blister but he stands on it. The foot you see on the right looks pale and feels hard. He has a small flake of skin coming off. What does everybody see?
Edit-not sure it helps but he seems to have trouble balancing on that foot. It's like he is on a seesaw and that pad is the fulcrum.
Well, I don't know what to do for frostbite, as I have no experience with it. If he is walking, I don't know why he has to be inside unless you still have ice or snow on the ground or an uncovered run. I would just give him a sheltered area outside to stay in and you can keep the bandages on if you think the skin needs protecting. I use Vetwrap which you can find at Tractor Supply. It's great stuff that sticks to itself. I cut it into narrower strips. If his feet may get wet, I put waterproof bandaging tape over the vetwrap to help keep moisture out. Of course you would want to change the bandages every few days. I would have never thought of frostbite. I've always thought blackened skin with that.