My birds feet look very odd. The scales are peeling up and their feet look bigger. My first thought was I had an outbreak of scaley leg mites but I'm not sure because their legs are not dry or rough. If a bird has scaley legs mites, are their legs supposed to feel moist? They're not slimy but they feel similar to a damp rag that's been left to sit for awhile. The legs are still smooth except for the ends of the scales that seem to be "folding" up. Their coop runs over a ditch that generally has a little bit of water in it at all times so I am suspicious about the mites. They get their feet wet and the weather does not help. One day it will be in the low forties and the next it will be in the seventies this time of year. With those factors combined with the symptoms, I don't know if I can just jump to the mites. If it's not mites, what is it and how can I treat it?