I saw a post about dubbing rooster's combs today and it got me thinking.. Last winter, one of my roosters got frostbite on his comb. Living in Michigan, it's frequent to get winter weather below freezing. I felt awful about my rooster getting frostbite and I cleaned it up the best I could. My other chickens have small peacombs, so none of them had problems with frostbite. This spring, I got white leghorn pullets, a barred rock, black sexlinks, and some assorted red layer pullets. I've seen that leghorns, even hens have pretty large combs. I don't know the size of the combs on the others but I have decided I am going to dub the combs of the leghorns, to prevent them from getting frostbite. Possibly the others too, if they have large combs. I also have a few bantam roosters I am keeping as breeding birds, and the ones with large single combs I am cutting as well. Because I have never done this before, I want to learn as much as I can before doing it. They are all almost 10 weeks old right now. And I need to know the right time to do it. My questions are, is there anyone with experience with this, and can help me? What is the best tool to use? Are there any good/creditable instructional videos or anything I can watch? What is the age to do this for pullets and cockerels? I understand that they grow at different rates so would it be at different ages? Any help is greatly appreciated! Also I don't want anyone arguing with this. I have decided I am going to do this, only for frostbite prevention. If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it!