Ive got an easter egger cockerel with swollen ankles. both of them are swollen and the feet are stiff, i assume due to the swelling. there doesnt appear to be any scabs to indicate bumblefoot but we arent sure what it is. they are in an indoor enclosure for the winter at my moms place because it is just too cold and the temporary coop we had wasnt really build for this much cold. so they are warm and eat and drink well and everyone else is doing great except this one guy. any ideas what this is or how to fix it? dont want him in pain. he is still eating and drinking, but does appear to have watery stool. we treated with corid powder when they went to the indoor coop (since they were going in with my moms 7 chickens). no other chickens appear to have any problems. also, anyone in NH know of an avian vet in Sullivan County? or even around windsor VT area? just for future reference if this isnt treatable at home.