Saturday, our Rhode Island Red was isolating herself from the other chickens and laying down a lot. So we isolated her from the others until we could figure out what's going on with her. her comb is down, she was laying on the ground a lot. So, we think she is sick. She weighs about 5# will weigh later. She ate some scrambled eggs and baby bird food not much. She seems so tired. Her comb is no bright red but seems normal. She does tend to get gungy butt. So, we did the Epsom salt bath to remove the poop and to do a vent check. I didn't feel anything with the vent check. Do you go up, down? Should she be on her back.? How far do you go in? No YouTube available on that one. She has had some balding below her vent it felt hardish when I was rubbing her belly in the Epsom salt bath. No idea on when she last laid an egg. She was 2 year only on 7/13. After vent check we gave her about 3cc of mineral oil into the vent and was promptly rewarded with yellow slimy stuff. Her craw feels empty but she I'd taking water now with a syring and is getting more active. I do hear some stomach noises. I am not sure if her poop is normal or what lots of yellow buttery stuff. Not a good shot of her belly area but here is what I have. We did find one of our water very slimy changed them all and added Briggs vinegar. Please give us some direction.