Went down the coop this morning and there is a lot of blood splattered every where, especially on the water and food containers. After a quick count every one was present and accounted for. It was still dark but with a quick glance of my flash light I could see both of the roos with bloody combs....from what I could see it is just the tips. I can see that they have black spots and dried blood, this looks to have been older injuries that have been re opened. It has been cold here so I am assuming they have frost bite from a previous cold snap we had a few weeks ago. the coop is now winterized so I am sure frostbite won't happen again. Is there anything I should do? These guys are not my pets so they are not the easiest to catch or treat.... so if it will heal on its own I would rather let them be, but if not I want to do what is best for them. It doesn't seem that they are getting pecked.. looks more like they are injuring themselves when going for food... hitting thier combs on the sides of the container The entire flock are Welsummers, about 6 moths old. Very healthy bunch. I have 24 hens and two roos. A few of the girls are laying. The boys grew up together and have not shown any real aggression to each other.. just your typical pecking order stuff. Looking forward to your suggestions.