I have a young rooster hatched in July of 2009, and this morning I went to check on them for frostbite because we've been in the negatives for the past couple of days, and I see his entire head and neck covered with blood, blood spattered over the other chickens, blood all over like a freakin' chainsaw massacre. I grab him and bring him inside and get the blood all pulled away, and I can't find a wound other than a frostbitten comb. He was hunched over when I found him, and he's cleaned up now, but still hunched over a bit. Two of his tines are completely black, and the back part of his comb (about 1/2 inch) is black/purple as well; the rest was so pale it was a pinkish color. His wattles are black around the edges and very pale. He has poor circulation, when I pinch his comb or wattles a white thumb print stays for a looong time before it returns to its origional color. He has not eaten or drank yet that I can see, but I've forced some water and oatmeal into him just so he'd have something. I need to know what to do for him; I am open to dubbing if I need to, he doesn't seem to have any feeling in his comb any more.