I have a Rooster whom I bought as a flock, and he was walking stiff legged when I got him, I thought he was just real cocky. Well I was wrong. For 5 days I had them by themselves in the pen I use for all new chickens until I can see if they have any nasty's, they got wormed, dusted, and probiotics. Fed a 20% Multi Flock Feed by Blue Seal hat I feed all my adolescent, molting, or Roosters . On Weds, I took them out of that pen and put them in with my Welsummers, well the young 16 week old rooster, didn't like him in there as when I went out the next morning he had the Ill rooster in a corner down and had picked on him for about 2 hours before I got to him. No real outer injuries, a little nipping on the comb but that was it. I cleaned him up, put antibiotic cream on the comb, and noticed he wasn't fighting me at all When I put him in my arms to check him all over I noticed his Hocks and bottoms of both feet were blood red and hot, and inflamed. I put him down as I felt no popping, looseness, or grinding in any of his leg joints, just that he didn't pull away from me. When I put him down his gait had gotten really bad like he was in severe pain, walking and his hocks were turning inward towards each other like he had no control over them, then he layed down, which is what he is doing most of the time now. There is no mites , but treated him for them any way, just incase I couldn't see them. He is eating, and drinking from the feeder and waterer, which I have put 2 baby aspirin in a quart waterer to help as well as flax in the feed to help with inflammation. Have any of you seen this before, what can I do to get him up and going again, he is a heritage breed and I don't want to lose him.