One of my roosters, Turbo, seems to have a really pale comb today. I am not sure what's up with him, or if I should be worried but it's very pale in comparison to the other rooster, Achilles. His feet are pale too. (You can see as he's right behind the healthy looking Achilles here.) No one else is showing signs of anything. I haven't caught any parasites on any of them and I use Diatomaceous Earth. We did have a heat wave but it broke two days ago. He seems to be eating and drinking just fine, maybe just a smidge slow today compared to usual (and what I mean by that is I could almost catch him - he's usually too much of a brat to let me come near him! SIGH.) I did loose one last week to what I think may have been Mericks. I have my fingers crossed that was a one off but it was the same group of birds. Is a pale comb a symptom of that? He is in with two other roosters who are dominant over him so I was wondering if maybe that's just his way of showing he's the subordinate roo?? They get along just fine though - haven't had a single incidence with feather plucking or fighting - he just doesn't get any of the ladies is all. Hmmm Here's the photo. He's the one staring into the watermelon.