One week ago, I noticed that one of my 9 mo. old White Leghorn hens has bumblefoot. However, the scab area on the bottom of her foot was small & there was only a small area of swelling between two of her toes & it was somewhat pinkish in color. She was not limping, but I had noticed a couple of times when she had not used the roost with the others. We soaked her foot in salty warm water & cut the scab out. There was a small protrusion that came out with the scab. However, with much pressing on the swollen area on the top of her foot & the pad, we could not get anything else to come out. We have soaked the foot in salty water & changed her bandage every day since. She has never acted like it has bothered her, walks & runs normally & roosts with the others. The bottom of her foot is now soft & healed with no scab. However, there is still a swollen area between the toes, which is slightly reddened. My question to those, who know more than me, is should we just keep doing what we are doing & hope it will all go away on its own or should we cut between the two toes & attempt to remove any infection from the top of her foot. (I really hate the idea of doing that, but I hate the idea of losing her more). Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.