I was checking my girls out today, as I routinely do....it's been pretty cold here in boise at night, about a 10F average. I wanted to make sure they didn't have any frostbite spots (which I also have a question about) I found this on my Daisy's (a Leghorn) foot: Here's what appears to be a hard, dark lump on the bottom of her foot. I have seen some pics of bumblefoot...is it? Any advice on how I should treat it? Here is a couple pics I took of Petrie and Ginger (a Barred Rock and an RIR) of their combs/wattles and I just wanted to make sure if it's mild frostbite, there's something I can do to help. They are a little hard to see, but on her wattles (which are also pretty dry) there are little brownish cracks along the edges... See the dark reddish-brown spot on the tip of her middle comb? sorry it's super hard to see but she has the little brown dry spots too They just look chapped and cracked. Maybe they are getting their wattles wet and if the water doesn't dry, maybe it's freezing. I hear vaseline is a good moisturizer and keeps the wattles from getting wet. Any advice is much appreciated in both scenarios, this is our first winter. Thanks all!