Well what's done is done. There's no reversing it. You just have to wait for the dead portions to fall off. Generally by the time the dead portions fall off the heathy tissue underneath has healed. So there's really nothing to do. They can still get around just not real well. The worst one will use his wings to help him along, but can still get from point a to point b. My biggest thing is getting another buff Orpington rooster. I am expecting some welsummer and cream legbar eggs any day now. So I will have roosters, but again was hoping to get a buff orp rooster as well. Maybe I should just butcher them and hope Craigslist has something this summer.
Anyways...the biggest thing now is just prevention. I'm hoping going forward that pine shavings or straw will help. I have also taken steps at sealing up any gaps as the coop is an old dirt floor barn. Hoping that this prevents further foot problems. Not really sure why this was only a rooster problem and why it seemed to spare my hens. With as bad as it was with the roosters you'd expect problems across the board. Maybe they cuddled in better. I don't know.