So you fight a roo? I just figured that frosting bite was a part of having chickens in a freezing climate. Probably why I'm moving towards birds with a rose comb. Some of my current birds have a touch of it on the tips of there combs but I never did anything for them, nor do I plan on it.
See why I changed my username?
Edit: I have managed to have chickens in -25 weather without my white leghorn hens getting even a touch of frostbite. Their combs were about 3 inches high..... I have good ventilation in my coop, so I don't have much of a problem. Pebbles dunked his wattles in the water bowl right before it got really, really cold! My fault for missing them, or I'd have wiped them off.
Edited by BantyChooks - 2/23/16 at 8:20am