Our youngest rooster, an OEGB hatched this spring, I think, has developed what seems to be a disease. Here are his symptoms: - Darkened head and wattles -- they're a dark purple color. He's had this for a while. At first I thought it was frostbite, but none of the other roosters have it. - Drooping tail. Although I don't think this is an actual symptom, his tail is crooked and hangs toward the right side. All I can think is that he broke it (maybe from being jerked on his tail too hard?) - Ruffled feathers. He's all puffed up and one or both of his wings droop. There's not much reason for this, since it is a beautiful December day at 50-something degrees Fahrenheit here. - Won't run away from me. Normally this rooster runs away when I approach him, but now even when I lean down and put my hand right next to him, his extent of movement is a few halfhearted steps forward. I'm not sure what to do. From what I can see, his comb and wattles are not swollen and he's not drooling or anything -- but I'm not positive. I can check. The closest illness I can find to his symptoms is Fowl Cholera, and it sounds scary. Thanks!!!