Hi everyone, We have a chicken that developed bumblefoot. It seemed to appear fairly rapidly - one day she was in good shape, and the next her foot was quite swollen. We brought her inside, cleaned up her foot (there was no obvious wound but a few blisters we had to lance and flush out), and soaked and bandaged her foot with neosporin for a few days. The blisters didn't come back, but her foot remained swollen, and she hasn't been eating or drinking well at all. So, we decided to take her to the vet (one of our favorite chickens, so I think we're inclined to go a little overboard). The vet recommended two full spectrum antibiotics (cipro and clindamycin) as well as something for pain. After a few days of this treatment she's much more alert and standing (although not on the bandaged foot) and the swelling has gone down, but she's still not eating well, and now (I believe) the antibiotics have resulted in some GI distress and she's having sort of green liquid stool (sorry if that's gross). I'm going to try to feed her some yogurt tomorrow, and have been told to try deworming meds too (just as an added precaution), but I'm otherwise at a loss. I've done a good bit of reading and found a lot of conflicting advice - some say sugar in the water, some say molasses in the food, some say force feed bread - but I thought I'd ask you experts. Any ideas? Thanks so much!