Does anybody possibly have a picture of what frost bite looks like on a roosters comb. Roughly a week ago it looked like my rooster "shaggy" had what seemed to be frost bite on his comb. What surprised me was it was almost a straight line just barely into the main part from the tips. It was all the way across and looked like burnt oil. After doing some research on here I convinced my self that it was frost bite and best I recall from that didn't seem there was much I could do at that point other than wait and see. It seemed as thought it was healing and wasn't bothering him so I didn't think much of it. Woke up this morning and it is no longer black but is bleeding fairly bad. Managed to get some corn starch on it and am hoping it will stop but had to leave for work. Plans forward will be to plan on pulling him off the roost tonight when he is calmed down try to doctor it more and separate him. Unfortunately I don't have any before pictures of what it looked like but hopefully I can get the after pictures to load. Does anybody have 1.) Any idea what it could be if not frost bite and 2.) Any other thoughts on treatment or what I should look for. He is the only rooster I have and is in the coop with 2 hens that were raised with him and another hen that has been with them for the past 2-3 months. There doesn't seem to be any fighting so I don't think that's the cause. I would have to check my hatch records but I think he is one of the chicks I hatched out from the Easter Hatch Along 2 years ago. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.