Ok. New to chickens. went to the coop this morning and one of my roos had dried blood on the back of his head/neck. and a little down his side on feathers. scared me at first but then saw a crusty spot on the back of his comb and a few other small dot spots. I don't see and injury so I'm can say with relative certainty that it came from his comb. So I out neosporin on it. now the big question is the dried blood. I put him in a crate in the coop until I could do some research but wondered if thus will cause the other rooster to peck at him or will both the hen and rooster peck at him because if the blood? or is he fine out with them. the other roosters comb and waddle look beautiful bright red. thoughts? before you say it I know I can't have one Hen and two roos . the roos grew up together but they just started pecking at the hen so I know I have to get on roo out. We are trying to just get 5 more hens so the can hopefully live in harmony. but the timing is bad right now with winter and the need to separate New birds. enough history. ideas suggestions on the comb and does he need to be created? Thanks!