Hello All--- I have a young rooster, and a barred rock pullet, and they're both younger than the rest of my flock. Anyhow, this rooster was important to me, as he is a GLW rooster I ordered intentionally. Sooo, my SS hen somehow managed to push open a rear door inside my hen house, and got into the smaller room where I keep the two younger chickens. I discovered her in the morning, just flogging the poor, younger rooster. So, he began limping. And although he seems recovered, he still continues limping after a month. His knee is in tact, but I can only describe it as being "loose and wobbly". He walks on it but he definitely leans on the other leg more to the point that the stronger leg is more muscular, while the weaker leg is noticeably still wobbly and thinner than the other leg. Anybody have any advice? I really would hate to cull him. He's a very mellow guy for a rooster, and he's really starting to look beautiful. But I know he is not getting better. His recovery is pretty much at a standstill. So I think he'll have this weaker leg forever. What do you all recommend? Keep him? Or would culling be the right thing to do. He does get around very well with his barred rock girlfriend, but they often just set around together.