Recently, we took on a small flock of chickens for a little while and one of the chickens our friend gave us, a turken rooster, has been limping for a little while now. The bird lived in cramped quarters with other birds and may have had contact with a dog, so I'd assume that it was injured while mingling with these animals. Our city doesn't allow us to keep roosters, but we've found luck in rehoming our roosters outside of our city. The problem with that is that before he goes off, I'd like for the condition of his leg to improve some. He can still walk, but he does limp and tries not to put any weight on that leg. We have some vet wraps and may try splinting the leg, but it appears that whatever sprain/fracture has occurred is in his hip and I don't know if wrapping the leg will help with the hip. So my question is: Do you think we should attempt to wrap the leg, and if so, how should we attempt to do so? If we don't save the leg, we'll probably just have to butcher the poor thing, and at this point I really don't want that.