**Pictures and updated added today. Post #23. Pictures are graphic.** I was hoping somebody could help me out with a severe frostbite problem. First of all I just wanted to say, advice only. Please no judgements. The birds in question were rescued today. I did not cause this problem and do not want to see them suffer, but want to give them a chance. They are currently in quarantine, in a safe, warm and dry environment. We have separate clothes and shoes for use around them. They appear to be healthy other than the obvious. If they turn out to not be healthy and/or are suffering too much, we'll do what needs to be done. They are 4-5 month old BLRW, all three are pullets. Two have severely frostbitten toes. The worst of them has dead flesh probably half-way back and some of her nails are falling out or already have. The other one, it looks fresher, I'm not sure what the extent of the damage will be. Both of them are having difficulty walking, as would be expected. Doesn't appear to be any other issues (other than a bad case of lice that is being treated). Brought them home late in the day and they haven't ate or drank yet. Giving them Avia Charge 2000 and will give them probiotics and healthy energy food tomorrow. Lady said she fed them layer feed... but it looked an awful lot like scratch to me. So far poops look fairly normal, maybe a small drop of blood in one. Could be from the heavy lice problem. Will also worm them when they are a bit stronger. I was wondering what advice people had on this kind of treatment. We bathed their feet gently in lukewarm slightly soapy water and then gently rubbed them with Betadine. Has anybody been through this before? Would wrapping the affected area help or would it just make it worse? What is the best way to keep their feet from being infected? I'm assuming the dead tissue will not grow back and they will just learn to adapt if they make it. If anybody wants to see pictures, I can try posting some tomorrow, but they are tuckered out and sleeping now. The frostbite is pretty bad and the pictures would be graphic, not for the faint of heart.