I won a pair of Silver Penciled Rock bantams from the NYS fair last weekend and upon further inspection, the hen seems to have something wrong with her leg. I don't have a picture right now, but I can get one if necessary. I'm not sure how old she is. Her leg seems to have these two hard calluses toward the back, in the shape of 'bumps'. They look a little red. They don't feel hot. She also has a small, black dot, for lack of better word, that is kind of shrivled. It's really small and just looks like dried blood or dirt. Bumblefoot came to mind first, but the title says it all. Can it be on the leg? Her foot seems fine. I'm kind of afraid to handle her so much. The skin that has these masses (bumps) is really, really tough. The hen doesn't seem to be bothered by it at all, and she puts weight on it. She's eating and, although I haven't witnessed it, I'm sure she's drinking. Her rooster seems to be okay, leg-wise. Both birds had mites upon inspection (I don't understand how the show-superintendent giving away birds to 4Hers-as a prize for first place Showmanship!-could not be bothered to check the birds they were rehoming!!!) but no leg-mites, only on the body. I checked before we brought them home but I didn't see any. When the birds were more cooperative at home I got a better look. Surprise! I dusted them with Sevin yesterday. And yes, they're being quarantined, of course. I'm so disgusted. I know I can hardly be blamed for not giving them a very thorough checkup but they looked fine close up. I'm regretting accepting them. But they're my responsibility now, so I'm helping them. Better with me than an irresponsible owner. Can anyone help me out? Thanks in advance.