My 2-year old Coronation Sussex rooster, Lemon, has 1 toe that is covered in blood. Some of the feathers on his chest and head have blood on them, but they are not wounded. His toe looks wounded. It's not actively bleeding, but it has kind of a liquid blood coating on it. I don't think he lost any weight. He's behaving normally. He walks around the coop normally and he doesn't seem to be in pain. I just noticed this today, but it happened about a week ago too. He's the only one with these symptoms, but I did notice my white cochin hen, Marbles, had a very small amount of blood on her head. She has no wounds, but she is high in the pecking order and she sometimes likes to make sure the others understand that, so I'm kind of thinking she is partly to blame. His other toes look normal. He eats his normal amount of food and ran to the trough when I put scratch it. I saw him drinking his water too. I haven't done anything about it yet. What should I do for his toe?