I know it sounds silly, but I am contemplating making some sort of comb/ wattle cover for a couple of the boys. I have a rose comb brown leghorn, Axel, who already appears to have frostbite on his enormous wattles-they have some black and white "burnt" looking areas on them-and it hasn't even been super cold yet-just a few days in the single digits. It will get MUCH colder before winter is over, so this is not a good sign. Slash is a Speckled Sussex with a HUGE single comb- probably 3 inches high, and I hate to see it get froze off. I read to sue vaseline, but it seems a bit impractical to sort out these two guys from the 50 others and lube them up every day- especially since they dont really like me and I have to chase them to catch them. I was wondering if soem sort of ski-mask like contraption would work- and I could just leave it on for the winter. ANybody done anything like this? I am concerned about it being a strangulation hazard, as well as the other chickens attacking it for being different...any thoughts?