Here we are expecting the coldest weather of the season to hit tonight (several days of below freezing temps, with nights dipping into the teens, not usual for Dallas), and I come out this morning to find one of our hens stood under the roost while another one did a nice, big, juicy, cecal poop right on her back. Yuck! I used paper towels to clean as much of it off as possible, but it left matted feathers, no good for keeping warm. So I brought her inside, and used some washcloths dipped in warm water to clean more of the goo off. I'm not sure that I got it all, but I didn't want to really wet her down. I used a blow dryer on the cool setting to dry her some, and now she's in a cage in our bird room at 64 degrees until I see that these feathers have completely dried. I'm worried about her getting too acclimated to indoor temperatures to go back outside. And to top it all off, this is the hen that has been trying to go broody for the last few weeks, so she hasn't been eating as much as she should. What else should I be doing?