I was just out checking on my hens, it's -1°F outside, and I noticed that my Blue Laced Red Wyandotte has an extremely large mass of waste on her bloomers. She seems to be getting around fine -she was scratching and eating just as fast as her sisters, though she was shivering slightly every once in a while. I'm afraid that she might have Vent Gleet -though I don't know very much about it....I know something should be done, I don't want to loose her to the cold; but, what do I need to do? Should I just wait until tomorrow when the temperature is supposed to get up to 22°F, or should I do something now? Here's the pictures of her: She's in the middle. She doesn't look too bad, just a little puffed up. Here's her rear from the side. It is frozen near the bottom. Here she is from the back. Anything helps!