i recently got 2 silkies and noticed that one was quite unsteady on her feathered feet. their feet were crusted with dried faeces and i attributed her gait to that and gave both a foot bath. during the next days, she was still wobbly and seemed to favour either feet. i also noticed that she appeared eyeing her food in a way that made me think she might be either shortsighted or that her field of vision was seriously obstructed by her fluffy feathers. she is low on the totem-pole-pecking-order and i was assuming that her eyesight/impeded view might be a contributing factor. in addition to all that, she also came with neck feathers along the front glued together by some white ‘stuff’. maybe some food? or worse: some paint?? i eventually i gave her a bit of a ‘haircut’ - and ended up with lice crawling all over me. so... i treated my whole flock with selamectin (revolution). days later and the poor thing is still everything but sure footed… i took her back inside and photographed her feet. the padding looks swollen and feels soft to the touch. i am new to chickens in general and silkies in particular and have never seen a bumblefoot (except what i am finding on google - but those pics look quite different from my silkie’s feet - i think). in any event, here are 2 pictures: her right foot… … and her left foot... is this bumblefoot (respectively bumblefeet)? btw: the scales don’t appear raised - but even in case she had leg mites, i am assuming that the selamectin would treat this, too. (?) does anybody have any idea what might be going on? she is a sweet little girl and otherwise quite ‘happy’. she's eating (although i am not seeing her drinking much but i also offer fermented food) and i make sure that she goes to bed with a full crop.