This is the second time dealing with an impacted crop for this particular RSL hen. The last time, I was able to separate her, massage her, give her scrambled egg & olive oil, and after a few days I put her back with the flock. In retrospect, I may have put her back too early and perhaps the issue wasn't truly resolved at that point. That was about a month ago, I think. This time, I think she may have been suffering from it for a little bit longer before I noticed. I leave for work before the sun comes up and get home after the sun goes down. I didn't notice a problem until a few mornings ago this hen was huddled in a corner on the floor of the coop. I found she had a sour crop, I was able to make her vomit, and I put her back with the flock. It has been very, VERY cold here (it was -26C/-16F the other day) so i didn't want to separate her. Yesterday morning, same thing - she was on the floor of the coop. I separated her for the day because the temp wasn't going to be as cold (-10C/14F). I drove home at lunch to check on her and she was in rough shape. When I got home from work, I brought her in the house to warm her up. I got her to vomit just a little bit. She perked up a little more later in the evening. I gave her some layer crumble soup and some water, and massaged her a little. I didn't want to fuss with her too much because she was very weak. This morning, I gave her an 1/2 egg with lots of olive oil, then about 30min later I massaged her crop. I then gave her the other half the egg. She was very excited to eat it. She is drinking, and she had one normal-looking poop this morning (since being inside -- so one poop in 12 hours). Questions: 1. What is the best thing I could be feeding her right now, and how much? I was thinking I could come home at lunch today and give her another egg and one tonight -- is that too much egg? Should I mix soaked layer feed in with it? 2. Is it ok for me to keep massaging her in the evening or early in the morning, when she would usually be sleeping? Last night I did the massages well after dark. 3. How long should I keep her separated from the flock? 4. How can I help her re-acclimatize to the winter weather out there? Thanks in advance for any help, and let me know if you have any questions.