Hello everyone, I am attaching pictures of my rooster, here is the basic info: He is very friendly to people and allows to be petted at any time. About two weeks ago he jumped the fence and got into a fight with the neighbour's rooster. The other rooster lost and was severely injured (had to be put down) while mine had wounds only on the wattle and combs, a lot of them, but they presented as singular spots not as a whole area (like in the pics). The wounds healed up quickly, so I did not treat them with anything. I was away for about 10 days and when I came back there were several brown-black spots on the back of the comb and wattles plus a large spot on the front of the comb (pics). The spots are browner in real life than in the pics. The rooster is 1 year old, very healthy otherwise, has not lost weight. There is no smell coming from the comb and no puss or other liquids. No change in behavior. There are no other injuries and no other birds affected. He keeps his normal eating and drinking habits. I guess there is a chance this could be related to the cold as well, but the birds stay inside the coop when the weather is coldest. I have to conclude it's related to the fight, but it looks like several large patches now while the wounds were many, but separated immediately after the fight. Is it possible this is some kind of infection or bacteria that has infected the wounds and is spreading? I plan to buy an anti-bacterial ointment and apply it over the comb and wattles. Any help or tips appreciated.