I intentionally got EE's because of their pea combs, but I ended up with a mutt roo with a large single comb anyways... He's one of my favorites, though, and is excellent at being the "ladies man", so I want to keep him in tip-top shape. So here's the problem: The last few days here, it's been super cold and yesterday was probably the worse. I had a feeling that my little roo would have a problem with his comb, so I've been keeping an eye on it. He's terribly hard to catch, though, so I haven't really been doing anything to try and prevent frostbite. I don't remember him having any discoloration yesterday morning, and I don't remember seeing any last night when I was checking on everyone for bed. Today, about a 1/4 - 1/3 of his comb is a purplish color and looks really dry. I managed to catch him and I rubbed his comb and put Bag Balm on it. His comb is still fairly soft and pliable and it didn't seem to hurt him for me to touch it. Is there anything more I can do for him? Will the frostbite continue to get worse? He didn't seem to like the balm, but he wasn't trying real hard to get it off... I used the actual BAG BALM that comes in the little green tin.