Okay, so about a month and a half ago, we treated one of my Polish for bumblefoot, where the bumble was popping out the top of her foot. We did the minor procedure, and procured a nice kernal of infection. It was very gross, and many thanks to my mother for more or less doing the surgery for me! The bumble healed without any incidents. Now, both of my Polish hens have bumblefoot on both feet. It hasn't progresses much. We tried the procedure on both chickens, by peeling off the scab on the bottom of their feet, and scraping out the cheesy substance, but when we peeled off the scabs and dug around, there was nothing we could get out of the remaining hole- no cheesy stuff, nothing. We bandaged them up, and everything healed, but the black scabs reformed, and now their feet look a little more enflamed and swelled. I read a thread on here about soaking feet in Tricide Neo for koi and other fish- is this still a recommended and plausible treatment? How do you go about soaking the feet, and in what substances and concentrations? If I make a gallon of the Tricide Neo, could I reuse a dose on both chickens feet? Thank you very much! I'm so frustrated, and I don't want my chicken's feet to get worse!