One of my roos in my "large chickens" coop has had white warts growing on his comb for about 6 weeks. There are 5 hens and 1 other roo in with him. 1 of the hens & the other roo have shown signs of possibly minor warts, but that's all. I assume it's pigeon pox. I found a dead pigeon in their run that had been picked at (though I'm not positive it had been there prior to the warts showing up. I was rarely letting them out & didn't look into the snowy run often). Does anyone know of any other diseases that have white warts as a symptom? Also, I have some 6-week old babies that are starting to fly out of the box in my house and need to be moved SOMEWHERE. Choices: 1. Move the large chickens into a big new coop that's almost ready. Spray their old coop with disinfectant. Wait a day or two. Move the youngsters into the old coop. 2. Make a partition in the big new coop and put the babies in it alongside the large chickens. Maybe line the bottom of the partition with cardboard to help provide disease barrier? Please give advice! Thanks.