I am going to try to get a picture later and post (my batteries are dead ) Today I noticed that one of my silkie roosters had what appeared to be a rather large bump/scab looking spot on the side of his beak. This rooster was in a scrap several weeks ago and lost most of the feathers in his head but did not appear beat up otherwise.. upon examining the scab it does appear that it is a scab but when opening his mouth there is white growth all along that particular side of his beak/mouth area.. it does not extend all the way down the throat.. I tried to smell but I can't seem to smell any odor from it. He has no other nose or eye discharge and at this time appears to be eating ( at least showing interest in food ) and drinking water. I pulled him out of other chickens and placed hin in a cat carrier for now. I have my chicken health handbook and was looking at thrush or canker- although it sounds similar but not 100 % and all my other chickens seem fine and he has been in with them eating and drinking from same containers until today. The growths/area inside his mouth are smooth, not bumpy, not cottage cheese like.. smooth and a creamy white color. and the outside of his beak/mouth area in that spot is a scab with a pelletted looking bump in it. Like I said I will attempt to get a photo on here in a while. Thanks.