One of my welsummer roosters had an odd looking wattle a few weeks back. It looked like it had tightened up over a ball inside it. I treated him with antibiotics for 5 days, saw no change in it and decided to let him go back to the flock. Tonight I was cutting his overgrown toenail (he has a crooked toe and it doesn't get worn down) and I looked at his wattle from underneath and I could see a "scab" on the bottom of the weird wattle. I brought him in the house and took a closer look- it wasn't a scab, but a dried up edge of the hard thing that had split through the healthy skin. I spritzed it with vetricyn and carefully wiggled it to see if it was pus-filled or what and *pop* it came out in my hand, leaving a significant pocket behind. Anyone deal with this before?