One of my PBR girls is in middle of her first adult molt (21 mon), a pretty rough one-she's almost naked, while my other 2 girls are done with easy molts. I've been monitoring and during all of this, Gabby has been fine, eating and drinking normally. But I noticed last night when I let them out she was acting "weird".... she wasn't grazing for their "yard time" and she was acting very concerned about her lack of feathers. Yes I can see a couple of them that haven't poked thru and they look painful. Anyway, she skipped the corn/mealworm snacks they get after yard time. She kept crouching down, almost like she was squatting.... this morning, she came out and ate, but is staying away from the others. I know she's getting picked on (she was the lead girl before this) no obvious signs, just how she acts when the others are near, but now she has a slight limp, and it looks like it's one of her feet. (bumble foot maybe?) I'm planning to get a good look tonight after work. Now, none of my girls are the friendliest, none like to be handled, at all, while I can go sit and talk to them and they'll come up, they don't like to be handled and will freak out. If you want them to leave, just put your hand out and they'll run away. However, I also know I should avoid handling a molting bird. So any suggestions on how to treat her foot without hurting her? I've thought of getting a small towel to put over her to handle her, but that seems like she's doomed to more pain regardless of how I do it. I have vitamins, antibiotics I can crush and shoot down her throat (provided I handle her), as well as the Ventri (something??) spray and gauze I can wrap her foot with. I can also put in large cage/sm.coop inside their run to keep the others from picking on her, while keeping her close enough to still see everyone, which would protect her during the day, and hopefully go in the coop at night with the other two. Their run is about 300sq ft, so plenty of room for the 3 of them, even with another coop in it, but would be small enough to keep her from walking a lot on it...Any suggestions or advise???? Thanks!