A few days ago, our three young roos got into some cock-fights. I've noticed that after our roosters fight, they tend to get yellow scabs inside their mouths. They've always gone away before, but this time I just saw some more of these "scabs" further into the mouth/throat of our one roo. They have all had some stinky breath for a few months now; we've been monitoring it and are going to get the treatment for it that was suggested on here. It's been a very busy month, though, with some family health problems, so we haven't ordered it yet. They were fine yellow-scab-wise before they started fighting. Is this wet pox? The scabs seem to fit the description "yellow, cheesy". I'm so worried for my roos and the rest of the flock! Can anyone help?!