Hello, Began this venture after much trepidation on October 10, 2014 and now I can't believe what we are facing already. Poor babies. I currently have 1 hen limping so yesterday I checked her foot and she has bumblefoot on both feet, then decided today to check all the girls tootsies and 7 out of 8 have it too. Unbelievable. So I lowered roosting perches, I already have hay in the outside run to keep it drier now that we have the run covered in lexan it is drying out nicely and have pine chips on the inside coop which has been and is totally dry. Any ideas for other modifications that I can make to alleviate this occuring? They are housed in an 10 x 18 garden shed filled with pine wood chips (pic shows paper too but changed roost side to all pine chips as it was easier to clean also food and water moved to otherside as well)and a 10 x 18 attached outdoor pen, now covered with lexan to make sure it is dry(vegetation all gone now). I watched utube videos today on treating bumblefoot, purchased necessary supplies, now just to do it...... 5 RIR and 3 Ameracaunas.