Well, it seems that we take 5 steps forward and 4 steps back sometimes. You can clearly see that the left front is still a little swollen with yesterday morning's poultice still hanging on. I took this picture this morning. Thursday brought more trouble and I set her back some. Misty had a frozen solid turd ball in her right front toe area, of course our high temp for that day was 4*F and she was literally standing on her right toe, putting more pressure on injured leg. I had to make the decision to try and wet it enough to chisel the turd flatter for her and when she realized that I needed to catch her, she gave chase, which I did not want her to do and when I did catch her it required her to stand with all weight on bad left leg to chisel out turd for about 10 minutes! I gave her a full dose of Banamine for that. All seemed well until I arrived home from work Saturday morning and found that entire leg much more swollen than this picture and her favoring it slightly, not nearly as bad as initial injury , but enough to really worry me, so before I went to sleep, I put a good layer of poultice on and another dose of Banamine and fed her where she stood. By Sunday when I got home from work, she was still swollen but it was considerably less, so more poultice and another dose of Banamine, Sunday evening and this morning finds her moving forward nicely, even though we are still a bit swollen. I'll watch her for now and give her skin a break from the poultice if I can. I think this is going to take months of healing, and as nice as it would be to pop her into the stall, she would not be a happy girl and I'm afraid we might end up with more injury.