Rock Star, our 15 month old Amerucana Rooster, appears to have a nasty case of bumblefoot. Just one foot, but it's twice the size of the other. There's only a small scab and I can't get out the pus, even after soaking his foot. Not knowing what else to do, he's been quarantined for a few days, with a probable internal layer and both of them are on Duramyacin, because that was the antibiotic on hand. Any thoughts? Is this a just an example of prolonging the obvious? Do roosters every recover from bumblefoot? I've cured a hen, but it was a slow and tiresome process. I can post photos if anyone wants to see how handsome he is...or how enormous his foot is.