Hi all. Basically, I have 3 chickens about 2 years old now. Here's the sequence of events: In February, chicken's comb was swollen, but not discolored. A bit of frostbite on the very tips, but not the worst I've seen during our 2 years with them. Pretty much everyone I talked to up here said, "yeah- frostbite." The chickens don't like walking in the snow and we had a lot of it this year, so they were in the coop together until mid/ late March. BUT- it didn't go away when it got warmer. It didn't get worse either. I picked her up and touched it to see if it was bothering her and she did flinch or freeze up or anything... it's like I wasn't even touching it. She was active, laying, happily foraging outside, so I figured- don't play with it. well, this weekend, I noticed that it's now even a bit bigger and there are strange discolorations- one a little bluish like a bruise, one a little yellowish. And this morning, she seems a little slower (although that could be my imagination) and she's closing 1 eye. Now I'm concerned. I've called a bunch of vets here and no one does chickens. All the people I know would just tell me to kill her. I'm really not happy with that idea. I thought about dubbing... if I have to, but I'm not sure that will help and I'd sort of like to know what I'm getting into BEFORE I go performing surgery. I thought about antibiotics. I thought perhaps trying to lance it, but I'm not sure it's fluid in there. It doesn't appear to be contagious as she was cooped up for several months with the other two chickens when she got this and they are fine. Thoughts? Anyone?