This is the second hen this season who has prolapsed. The first one didn't survive, so I'm hoping to have better luck this time. I'm pretty sure I caught her early enough yesterday, she was not at all distressed (wings up, still perky) at the time. She was isolated into the laundry tub. Upon examination, it appeared that the egg shell membrane was wrapped around the prolapsed bits - as if the egg had inverted or something. This was removed carefully, the area rinsed with warm water and the parts returned inside. She was bleeding moderately. I lubricated the area with bag balm. I could not feel another egg inside. She was given water but no food. Crop is full. She had enough energy to escape the tub and go wandering. Today the wings are down, although she is otherwise looking okay - eyes are bright. She has been some discharging mucous-like substance - not a lot. She has not prolapsed again. While I'm not overly optimistic she will make it, I do have a couple of questions in hopes of saving her. When replacing the prolapsed bits, am I correct in assuming these came out inside out, and should be repositioned accordingly? There has been no poo, so I'm concerned that she may not be able to expel or is going internally. Any advice would be appreciated. EDIT: Well, she didn't make it. Since I have seen this twice now with the same results, I'm not sure whether this is something I'm capable of helping them survive. At least she didn't suffer long.