Little red needs to have a soak in epson salt about once a week to keep her clean. We've also clipped her feathers back a little. We've treated for yeast infection. this has been going on for about 6 months. She gets prolapsed every so often and anything stress full happening (new c oop, new pullets, ect) and she drops eggs without shells. We've been lucky so far that none of our girls go after the prolapse, so knock on wood, we've not had any signs of infection, blood or anything.
She's very perky, food being her number one concern all the time and follows us around if she even thinks we will hand out treats. She used to go broody on us all the time, but so far she hasn't this year at all. She lays eggs almost daily, and keeps up with the one year old sex link in egg laying, so thats a lot of eggs, probably 6 a week. They are tiny, but she is a bantam wynadotte.
She's been treated for worms back when she first started getting the issue and we treated for mites. I can't think of anything else to do. It kinda drives me nuts, I know she hates being washed so often, but I'm not sure what else to do. She can't be left with it. Does any one have any chickens with similar issues or have any ideas on how to relieve the issue?