Hi all, I have six 1-year old chickens that have survived their first freezing cold Minnesota winter. I was out cleaning the coop today and noticed that Lacy's (our silver laced wyandotte) comb and wattle were looking weird - very white-ish/gray. She also started a partial molt last month, I thought it was maybe because it was so freezing cold here (like negative 15 degrees cold) and she was stressed. It seems that her feathers are coming back in and that's all looking much better but her wattle and comb definitely do not look right. Can anyone tell if this is fungal - or anything else? I'm thinking of taking her in to the vet but I thought I'd check here before I panic. Oh I also treated her and a couple other chickens for what looked like the beginning of frost bite during that month long stretch of sub-zero temps - so could that be what a "dead" wattle looks like? I just have no idea at this point. All input welcome thank you! P.S. that junk on her beak is food, lol.