Our problem has a few parts. Any help with any of them would be very greatly appreciated!!! 1. One of our young hens has a bad case of bumblefoot. We operated 3 times, finally getting a sizable kernel out the last time. We have tried EVERYTHING to treat it. We started by applying alcohol and triple antibiotic ointment to the wound and changing the wrapping (vetwrap) every day. For a while, it looked to be doing better but she was still limping, not enough to keep her from walking around with the flock, but noticeably. Then we tried iodine sugar wrapping and epsom salt soaks every day, but that didn't seem to help either. The foot was still swollen and the limp was getting worse. So then we did 2 weeks of antibiotics. Even put antibiotics in the epsom salt water. Her foot is even more swollen and now she can barely even walk, although the black scab is gone. We ordered tricide neo and will be trying that tomorrow or as soon as it comes in, but is there anything else anyone suggests? She has a good appetite and her comb looks healthy. We are so worried about her as she has been fighting this over 2 months. 2. One of our older hens (5 years old) has been wheezing and panting for breath today. She, along with the other chickens, has been on antibiotics the last 2 weeks, so I can't imagine it would be a respiratory infection. They have also been wormed in the last 2 months so I don't think it's gapeworm. She's a tough mama cochin and usually nothing seems to bother her, but I also noticed a very small bumble on the bottom of her foot today and I'm worried about her. What could be causing her wheezing and panting? What should we do for her? 3. A while ago, we noticed some small white tadpole-like things in a poop. We haven't noticed any since, and they had just been wormed at that time. Tapeworms, maybe? Could they still be there? Could they be hindering healing? Any help at all would be soooo greatly appreciated!!