Hi there. About six months ago I found a very small rooster running around my front yard, after great effort to catch him I now raise him as well as two hens I bought to keep him company. I allow him and the hens to free range and eat the bugs and worms in my yard and garden, as well as feeding them a 50/50 mix of chicken feed and cracked corn to keep them fat this winter. About 2 weeks ago my rooster had a small black bump on his comb, which at first I thought might have been a scab from falling off of a high place he had been, but it spread to a second nearby spot and both have become progressively and slowly larger. After searching online I think it may be fowl pox, but this is my first time raising chickens ever. I have spent quite a lot of time and money making sure my chickens are healthy and happy, since I don't believe you ought raise an animal without taking good care of it, however this time i am at a loss. I can't seem to determine effectively if this is fowl pox, nor do I know what an effective treatment might be. Any tips or help is appreciated, as my little rooster is definitely my favorite pet. Pictures included below.