We've been doing al we can to prevent our Wellie rooster from getting frostbite, applying Vaseline every night and our coop has decent ventilation (no condensation on the windows? So, I'm in Iowa and it's -11* actual temperature:O And his wattles feel frozen even! The tips of his comb definitely have frostbite Totaly bummed because he's a beautiful boy BUT it's just a comb. I just don't want it to get infected. I brought him inside in the coolest area in here. What should I do for him at this point? I don't want to make him sick by being inside either. We are supposed to have a high of 6* today :/ ETA-I did read through several threads about frostbite Just not sure what I should do at this point? Leave him inside? He's not liking the dog kennel :| So may just have to put him back out?