All of the ducklings feet are peeling, and have small blackish brownish scabs on them. Do I need to do something for this? Or are they alright, and perhaps were just too closely packed at tractor supply...? I know they were too closely packed at tractor supply, so now that they have a clean area of a proper size will their feet get better, or should I be doing something for them? There is no swelling, but all the scabs seem to be on the boney parts, and the peeling is happening on the bottom of the webbed parts. So scabs on the edges with peeling in between. None of their feet look swollen, or inflamed. They don't seem to be in distress, although they seem to supremely dislike any interaction with us humans. I want them to be friendly, but they will have none of it. I am guessing they will come around. We also got 2 mallards, and quite a few baby chicks. Everyone else is doing great, except one little leghorn chick has been pecked on it's wing. The other chicks are ignoring the injury now, it happened before we got them... The mallards are doing well with seemingly no issues. I don't want to treat it if it's nothing or something that will just heal up on it's own, but I don't want to leave it untreated if it is the start of bumblefoot or something similar. So scabs on the bottom of ducks feet with no swelling or inflammation and peeling webbing also on bottoms of ducks feet problem? or no?