Our poor rooster, Marty. He's such a sweet boy and he's so pretty....until the winter took it's toll on him! Now, what use to be a gorgeous RIR rooster, with full bright feathers, long pretty tail, perfect yellow and slim legs, and a big, beautiful comb is this: BEFORE winter hitnotice the beautiful, big red comb) Here he is with his girl, before everything started to get FREEZING! Notice his pretty and perfect feet/legs and feathers: AFTER winter hit: He has awful frost bite on his comb. It was worse; on his wattles, etc. but now has healed some. His pretty, red comb is ruined! I hope it heals back up soon! His feet look TERRIBLE!!!(and painful) His toe was bleeding a lot and I didn't know what to do, but it healed(we had to keep the older, mean hens away; they kept pecking at his poor feet!! ) *ignore that he is missing a spur; it suddenly and strangely fell off last summer His feathers are still bright and pretty-looking, and his tail is still OK and it is nice and long, but he was at his peak in winter, just before it started to get cold. We brought him inside and gave him some warm scrambled eggs; he loved them! I've tried putting some vaseline on his comb to sooth it, but it didn't change much. Another pic of him, sitting on the chair while waiting to be fed. Any suggestions on how to help him heal faster??? Oh and just for fun, thought I'd throw in a pic of one of the Buff Orpington pullets, named Caramel. As you can see, this little girl LOVES to cuddle! She's so sweet. She's already showing signs of broodiness, along with her sister. Anyway, any advice is appreciated!