I have a barred rock hen that is about 1-2 years old who has an extreme vent prolapse. It is the size of a small fist and consists of 3 distinct tube like canals. She keeps straining to try to push something out. I cleaned the area off with some sterile water wash I had, then a little peroxide for all the dirt and poop stuck to her, and then with water again. I put her in a cage by herself with water with antibiotics in it and a dish of food. I have been online reading all the advise in this forum and plan to try honey or prep H in the morning if she is still ok. The cage she is in is out in the coop. I cannot bring her into the house due to my husbands allergies. I may try to get a heat lamp on her tomorrow...or should I do a warm bath? How do I know if she has an egg in there or is straining for some other reason....she appears to have some diarrhea. I feed my birds layer pellets (always available), fresh water, and lots and lots of fresh produce (tomatoes, watermelon, cauliflower, lettuce, cucumbers, apples, and whatever else I can get from the produce stand). I also crush and feed their shells back to them for calcium and have had all good, nicely formed eggs so far. I would appreicate any input on any of the above. Her poor bottom looks terrible. The tissue hanging out is very reddish purple..like many of the pictures in the forum. The more I touched it to clean it, the more she pushed and strained. I'll be checking my email quickly in the morning to see if there is any advise first, and then going out to see her with honey and/or prep H. Thanks!