Well then one other started looking like it a teeny bit too.
I just noticed another one, all 3 of whom have always had normal legs even when the others didn't, seems to be a little off too.
Now before anyone calls me a bad flock owner or anything, like I said I just assumed it was normal chicken legs because I have never had chickens. And then when I was suspecting, I have been too busy to ask. Plus they all act 100% healthy and all lay perfect fine.
I am going to go get pictures but the scales are like BARELY lifted up on some of the chickens and I don't see any crust. They don't look like pictures of scaley leg mites I have seen and are BARELY lifted, so slight I don't even know if it could be considered leg mites. Hence why I never did anything.
And if it was wouldn't it have progressed at all and gotten worse??? She hasn't changed.
But would it hurt to treat it? How do I do that? I read an article on leg injuries on here once and that was on it but I cannot find it now and haven't been able to. I've been looking. From what I remember though it said something about petroleum jelly to smother them then washing with Epsom salt to rinse them off? Is that right? Do I do both? Or just one? Or neither? Or?
And like I said, I wasn't sure if it was or not and they act fine and so I've been meaning to ask and to treat it if it is for a while but I forget because she acts fine.