Hello Everyone! I'm new here so forgive me for jumping straight into things... I have a Rhode Island Red Rooster that has been limping for several days on his right foot. I've checked for Bumblefoot and any other possible punctures, scabs, infections, signs of damage, etc. and I can't find anything at all. I'm guessing he might have landed too hard when jumping from the coop or something like that and now he's just dealing with a sore leg. It does seem to be a bit better today, although it's been a week since I first noticed it. I've tried to check it throughout the day just in case I can see something that I haven't seen before but still there is nothing. The weirdest thing is that I have a White Leghorn hen (that laid her first egg today) who has a tiny limp now (just started that yesterday) and I've posted about her current issues on this site. I wondered if there was something about that limp that I should worry about although I can't imagine what on Earth would cause a limp to spread through a flock. Any ideas? To sum up: No Bumblefoot signs No scabs No punctures No signs of damage to the skin No signs of damage to any bones Just a rather strong limp It seems to be slightly better today It has been going on for a little over a week Thanks!