Hello! Our 2 year-old New Hampshire Red, Mello, has very swollen feet. She has had swollen feet for about 6 months. We had treated her feet like they had bumblefoot. We gave her foot soaks with epsom salts or essential oils in the water. When that didn't work, we sprayed her feet with Veterycin and wrapped her feet every day or every few days. When that didn't work we went ahead and did surgery. There was a lot of white stringy substance in her foot. After a while, we noticed that her feet weren't better. We did another method of treating it. We removed the plug and applied Christopher's Black ointment and wrapped it up. we kept putting ointment on and wrapping it up for several days. We let her be for a few weeks. Yesterday I read something that a person did for her chicken that had bumblefoot. She removed the scab and applied antibiotic ointment. Then I realized that our chicken does not have a big, black scab on the bottom of her foot. Her feet are also very hard. They are not at all soft like another chicken of ours that has bumblefoot. Her whole foot is swollen hard. Toes, ankles, and bottom of her foot. It is so hard for her to walk. Does this sound like bumblefoot? I'm starting to think she has something else. Please help! Thank you. Jesus loves you! I will get a picture to you soon.