First, my Rhode Island Red rooster, Squeak, has swollen feet. The areas between his toes are getting very swollen, while all my other chickens have slender, healthy-looking feet. Other than the swelling, Squeak's feet look fine: normal coloring, no sores or wounds. Is this bumblefoot? Here's a picture. Ignore the missing claws and things. Old injuries from back when we had tons of roosters and a drafty coop. Here's the bottoms of his feet. They're kinda dirty because he was walking through mud all day. And then today I discovered that my Buff Orpington hen, Biscuit, has tattered and broken feathers around her front. And in the area between her legs and up closer to the tattered feathers, her skin is red and somewhat flaky. What caused this? The chickens have been in the coop for days now, so I thought maybe it could be from just lying around in somewhat dirty bedding for a while (I haven't cleaned the coop for over a week, but I plan to very soon), but I don't think any of my other hens have it. Simone, a Rhode Island Red, might because she always has problems like this. But I haven't checked her yet because she was having a dust bath under the coop, the one place I can't reach her. But anyways. I'm starting to ramble. Can anyone help?