I thought my roo's comb was frostbitten. A couple of the tips had turned black but that's what I'm reading from everyone on these threads. I noticed he was bleeding quite a bit so I caught him and cleaned him up as best I could and put some antibiotic cream on his comb, his wattles, and his earlobes. Then he and the gals went outside. When I went to close them up for the night, I noticed the roo's comb was still bleeding and seemed to be too much to me. I got some gauze pads and more antibiotic cream and went back to doctor him. Well, it turns out that the tips of his comb are now back to red and did not fall off. He is bleeding from the edges of his comb where it connects to his head!!!! I again cleaned him up as best I could and put the cream on both edges but he didn't even move when I let him go. I pushed him underneath the heat lamp and he shivered one time real big like he was cold then just stood there with his head in the corner. Now he has gone to lay in the nest where his girls lay their eggs and he's not moving. He is still breathing but that's it. Just not moving. Is there ANYBODY that could give me some advice as to what to do to help him???? I feel so bad because I don't know what to do. First winter having chickens and am clueless.