Got a new flock in about 3 weeks ago (kept them segregated, etc - have received new NPIP test (passed) for new and old birds - no worries about a disease spreading throughout the flock) and about a week after getting them, we noticed the roo's feet were badly swollen and they appear to be getting worse. At first I thought scaly leg mites and have been treating him for that, but the scales do not appear to be sticking out or separating (like I've seen in other pictures and I do have a hen with this problem and his legs are completely different than her legs and he had no access to her before we noticed his legs). I cannot find any signs of injury and do not see anything that might be foreign that would need to be cut out. No pus, no oozing or bleeding. Please give me suggestions on what I can do to help him. The swelling appears to be getting worse and he is in quite a bit of pain. He appears to be a great roo so I'd hate to put him down if I don't have to.