I have a 7 month old EE hen that has, for lack of better words, a stinky face. Well, it's more of her chin. She looks like she just got a big drink of water, but all the time. It smells a little funky too, like there might be something going on there. I checked it out really good, and there is no signs of infection or even irritation. It looks like there is a little of the feathers missing, but this could also be because the feathers are wet and grouped together. I compared her to my other EE, just to see if maybe it had something to do with having such a fluffy feathered face, but my other EE had a nice dry face. They all freerange, and the grass they are in is wet for a good part of the day. Anyone else ever deal with something like this? In dogs, I've seen it numerous times, around the lip folds. It's know as Lip Fold Pyoderma, and it is caused by constant contact from water, like drooling or dogs that have big lip folds, and moisture gets trapped in there. But with that, you will usually see some form of active infection, or at the least, red, irritated skin. I'm thinking about cleaning it with Betadine for a while and see if that clears it up. Just not sure what would even cause this. She is otherwise very healthy and happy. It's not like she has her head in the water all the time, or is drooling. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! ETA: I could post pics, but it really just looks like a wet chin, nothing else. If you think pics are still needed, I can definately do that.