I am sure this has been asked so many times but I figured I would give this a go. So anyways I have a frizzle polish rooster with a bald spot on his head. Ever since I got him 5 years ago his mate was the only one picking his head. And at the time when I first got him I would just separate because I use to show them. Now after a while I just put them with my small flock of silkies. For a while the hen didnt peck at all. But the last 2 winters Ive battled with it because Ny has some cold winters. And a breed with a vaulted skull, bald and cold weather is not a good mix. Ive tried nasty flavored stuff (not anyting to hurt him..more like salve or ointemts). Baby powder, baking soda ect. ive separated him so that every single feather grows back on his noggin. And still even after its healed seriously the next day its a mess. Now its not just the one hen. Its also my standard gal. Ive put him in a separate pen that fastened to a shelf type thing in the coop. Its not covered. But you bet darn well the first bird up there is the standard. Its bad enough that a couple times Ive seen them scoot right over and peck his head sore and bloody and the moron seems to enjoy it I dont know what to do. Its 2 days from NOV. its already cold out and I ran out of ideas. Can anyone help me?