Hello all, I just lost my New Hampshire Red, Lucy. All seemed well today, she was out free ranging with her sisters. We went out for a couple of hours for dinner. When we returned home, i checked on the girls and Lucy wasn't with her sisters. I found her next to the shed. She was trembling a bit and very lethargic. I immediately took her inside thinking she was cold (Temps low 40s). She died in my arms a few minutes later. No wounds, mites, or anything externally obvious. She did lay an egg today. No fluids coming out of her nose or beak but I did check her vent and it looked like it prolapsed (see pic). Some bubbly fluid was seen. I checked for a possible obstruction but didn't feel anything. No bloody discharge. I am devistated. I found one of her sisters dead about a month ago; she also seemed fine, put them in the coop for the night and when I let them out the next morn, I found her dead, laid out on the roost. Does anyone have any ideas of what might have happened to my dear Lucy? I've lost two hens within a month and I am very worried. I am going to see if I can get a necropsy performed on Lucy. Any input would be greatly appreciated.