I've been treating bumble foot since Memorial Day. I'm so tired of doing it all, I called in reinforcements. I'm happy to say the feet issues will be resolved soon. DH and I talked and he said I should cull the ones that weren't improving. I just can't bring myself to do it-the girls are doing fine otherwise (not to mention I have a lot of freakin' time invested in these birds). OK yes, I did recently do it, but that was a meat bird raised to be put in my freezer. I couldn't bring myself to cull one of the hens. I found an avian specialist vet in the area, and took one of the birds in today. The vet confirmed that it is indeed bumble foot (which I knew), and gave me medicine to treat the feet-Silvadene cream. The hen I took in got a shot of antibiotics as well. She gave me tons of betadine solution and other supplies for free; I guess she gets them as promotional items or something from the company and passes them on to folks who could use them. Those girls better start laying some good eggs so I recoup the cost of the vet visit. But really, spread over the number of birds I have, it wasn't much. The vet was also pretty impressed with how far I'd treated them, gotten one girl almost healed up. Thanks, BYC, for all the advice and support. I will not be sorry to see the bumble foot infection go bye-bye.