Hi everyone, I'd really appreciate some help. I have a buff orpington rooster here that got frostbite a few weeks ago. Since then I've been applying Bag Balm (every.single.night), and I also noticed the blackness spread within the first few days of me first noticing the black tips. Here is him the first day... And it has gotten much messier since then. The poor fellow! The hens have been fussing with it, biting him every once in a while so I apply Blu Kote, but recently I noticed lots of blood. There is blood splattered on the walls, and on the feeder, its not good! Is this blood from the pecking? Or is it a natural stage of frostbite? Taking him inside is not an option for me. The Blu Kote I've been applying has worn off faster than usual too, why is that? When I went to apply more bag balm tonight, I saw that his comb was bleeding even more. It was welling on the tips of his comb, so I took a sterile pad dipped in warm water and dabbed it, then quickly dried it with another sterile pad. Then I rubbed a little bit of flour onto it to try and stop the bleeding, then I added Blu Kote, and attempted to add more bag balm but I feared starting the bleeding again. I'm so stressed- it just keeps getting worse and worse! If I open any more windows there will be drafts blowing on them, I clean out the poop almost every day. I don't know what else to do!