I was in Florida last week when my brother was staying here caring for the dogs and chickens. He kept the chickens in the coop for three days of 2-16* F weather. That was last week. Now that I've returned to Indiana as of today, I see little white spots on the combs of the hens and also on the wattle of the rooster. I'm not sure if they've always been there or whether they are the result of frostbite during the three days (Sunday-Tuesday) last week. Are those thousands of tiny white spots normal or the precursors of something that will raise its ugly head in a few more days. What should I watch for? Thanks! EDIT: BTW, I'm hoping that my coops' being well insulated and draft free but well ventilated will have saved the hens from losing their combs and the rooster from losing his comb and his wattle.