I took my roosters to the butcher this morning... 2 large wyandottes that came from another farm back a few months and 7 home raised americanas.... the 7 that were raised at home were fine and disease free. The 2 wyandottes on the other hand, I was told and showed, that they had chicken pox.... tiny little white bumps on their inner linings.... First question... why can't you eat a chicken that has had the pox? Second...Are the white dots a sign of past illness or is this something current I need to worry about.. I have around 75 chickens right now In 3 different pens..... thrird.....I dont see any sign among the hens that these roosters were with, but i didnt see signs on the roosters either.... are they going to infect my other birds even after they have recovered?