I have battling foot issues in my rooster for quite some time now and it has spiraled out of control! At first I thought leg mites, treated as such, then I thought bumblefoot, tried to remove kernals without much success, now I'm thinking maybe gout. I just don't really know! None of my other chickens have this issue and this rooster has it in BOTH feet. Crazy enough, he still walks around, even running some now, on them. I have been administering oral clindamycin now for over a week. It seems to have helped him feel better but the feet aren't looking much better. The backs of his legs are red all the way up too. What can I do? What is this? I've already taken him to a vet but he isn't an avian specialist or anything. He thought bumblefoot and gave me some antibiotic injections, that didn't much help either. He appears completely healthy as far as his colors and comb go, its just these feet!!! I soak him 2-3 times a week in epsom salt because he seems to like it. He's even had bubble baths before when he decided to lay down in the oil I was dipping his feet in because I thought mites. He hasn't always been cooperative, he used to be mean, but now, since I've been handling him a lot, he seems to like me haha. I legit feel absolutely horrible about this and I'm trying so hard to help him.