I had a problem with one of my roosters last week. he had a touch of frostbite on his comb that blistered. After reading the frostbite articles on BYC, I brought him inside to heal up. he acted completely normal, he drank and ate, wanted treats and ect. At the beginning of it though, he would wave his head from side to side a lot....I figured it was because on his discomfort. I am proud to say he is back in the coop with his flock and doing good. Now I've noticed that an other rooster is doing the back and forth thing with his head. And this rooster shows no signs of frostbite at all!!!! he is eating and drinking good and not acting weird at all. I have no idea what would make him do this. Is he in pain? mites? I don't know if its related or not.....but the rooster in question is very big...and now that he seems to be in discomfort, other roosters are stating to challenge him and even try to mount him....whats going on?