My 4 year old rooster has come down with serious frostbite on his feet and toes during this cold winter. The coop just wasn't warm enough for him to keep warm I guess, but the other 8 chickens all seem to be doing fine. I need help with the rooster! One of his legs is frostbitten halfway up the leg. The skin is detached and you can see the bone. There's quite a bit of blood but I'm surprised because I would have expected more. I cleaned the wound and wrapped it but I don't think it will heal on its own. Should I amputate? If so, how would I do that? The entire foot is dead and cold and I doubt he has feeling in it but when I try to wrap the wound he squawks like he's in pain. I hate that it hurts him but I don't want to kill him unless I absolutely have to. I will need to do this myself because it grosses my family out but maybe I can convince one of them to hold him for me. Otherwise he seems healthy and is eating and drinking normally...he is just losing blood and he is upset with his limited mobility. How should I proceed? Any help is greatly appreciated!!