This arctic blast that was brutal here in the midwest has finally subsided.. Here in NE Ohio we had a couple days in the -14 degree mark without windchill.. I protected my flock the best I could despite this.. no drafts/never out of coop etc.. however today- brought in big barn those roosters that looked frostbitten at the time, but it seems like I missed a few.. I have a Silver Spangled Hamburg rooster who looks like his wattles got it bad.. today they are very swollen.. not hot to touch but warm and there is a stripe of dark purple midway down across the length of each one.. he appears miserable as he is shaking his head side to side as they obviously are bothersome being so swollen.. I did see him eating some and he is still very active.. is there anything I can do for him at this time? The temperature is back within normal range now so worst cold is gone.. I also noticed my white leghorn hen with somewhat similar problem.. not as severe though.. she obviously does not sleep with head tucked at night. I have read to put neosporin on the area.. will that help now or is there something else I should do? How does everyone in extremely cold temperatures battle this when we have these extreme temperature drops.. Heck it was the coldest it has been here in like 15-16 years.. Oh and my little guy I brought in the barn (Japanese bantam) his area are just nipped a dark purple, no heat, no swelling, no white color- and he is very active-eating, crowing, dancing around the ladies etc.. he lost the tips of his comb many years ago so he is very sensitive to cold.. Advice welcomed!!!!!!!!