Hi All, my two beautiful Cornish Rock X's have bumblefoot. I noticed the bigger girl had a swollen foot and on closer inspection saw the black scab. 1. I removed the scab, it peeled off easily and at first I thought it was a thorn because it had a spike. 2. I squeezed down the "ankle" towards the foot and a hard yellow clump came out with some blood. 3. I packed the hole with f10 Barrier Ointment (anti-fungal, anti-bacterial) and put a gauze plug on it, 4. I wrapped the foot in a gauze / medi tape bootie, 5. She is on oral baytril I'll check the bandage in two days time and clean and repack the wound. Is there anything else I should do? She's eating, but she's lying down a lot, which is something my Cornish Rock X's DON'T do because they have never been cooped and are very healthy and strong. My girls are seven months old, no leg issues and lay huge (bigger than shop bought) eggs! The other girl has a small swelling and tiny (pinhead size) black dot under her foot. the scab wouldn't come off, so I've given her an f10 bootie as well. Should I start her on Baytril in anticipation of opening the scab when it can come off?