I have a rooster, around a year old or so, who's father was a true blue whiting and whose mother is an americauna. He has a large, round pea comb (unlike the single combs and very small pea combs on the hens in the flock), which droops over to one side. It covers his left eye. I'm not sure if it's really a big issue, but he seems to see primarily out of his left eye, since he always turns his head to look at things, and I'm worried this might hinder him in protecting the rest of the flock from a predator. Is there any way I can suspend his comb so it doesn't hang over and block his eye? If anything, it seems like it would be an annoyance for him to constantly have his own comb whacking him in the face, so if anyone has suggestions, I'll be glad to hear them!