Okay, about 5 days ago I noticed one of my hens has bumblefoot. I decided to try the tricide-neo treatment, before attempting surgery. We have been using that for five days now. Bumblefoot is not getting worse at this point; but not sure it is getting better, either. Other symptoms have been appearing since, as well: I noticed at the time I caught the bumblefoot that she seems to be lighter than she was before winter hit. She is losing feathers on her breast; not sure if she is picking them, or if someone else is. She also has a generally unkept appearance; she is one of the rooster's favorites, but I don't think she is taking care of her feathers herself. Today when I picked her up to take her inside for treatment, she started wheezing. This seems to be stress related, since she's only doing it when I pick her up, or try to handle her. She has been bedding down seperately from the rest of the flock at night. This started a couple days ago. She is not acting ill. She eats well, drinks well, is the first one out the door when I open it in the morning. There is no discharge from her eyes or nose. She has been laying all winter, and her lay rate has not changed. She is inquisitive when in the kitchen with me, inquisitive when I bring treats out to them. Generally acting like she normally does. Her crop seemed rather large and soft last night, but it was completely empty this morning. I'm not sure what else to check for, or how to treat... if I should treat?