Hi, I live in southern Ontario and in the past few days we have seen the coldest temp's in 20 years. I have been diligent checking on my 6 girls daily (coop is insulated and they have a heat lamp 24/7 + heated water dish), however on Monday I noticed one of my WLH's was partially egg bound, also there was matted/frozen poop attached her to bum feathers. She was fairly lethargic and definitely weak. I was able to remove the egg and clip most of the matted poop away, she looked swollen, bare and sore - . Last night my husband went to the coop to check on her, and she was the only hen not roosting on the perches (odd)...we brought her inside the house for the night to warm up and this morning I made sure she had some water, it doesn't appear she's eaten any feed though. I should note that she does seem to be pooping fine. She also seemed a bit perkier, clucking and moving around more. We plan to keep her in the house for the next day or so. My question is (finally getting to it! lol), what else can we do for her? Soak in epsom salts? How do I make sure she eats? This is my first serious issue with any of my girls and I'm stressing out a bit. Thanks in advance for all responses! I am so grateful for this site and the contributors!