My 8 1/2 mo old Cornish cross hen has something going on...about 2 months ago switched her feed to Scratch & Peck's layer & 2 1/2 wks ago applied pet amour plus for northern fowl mites. The feathers have been trimmed for months now to prevent caking. Her last egg laid was oct 25. In the 12 o'clock position in the photo is whitish fluid/feces & the area in question is the reddish bulbous protrusion below it(almost egg shaped). She does have normal feces throughout the day. Last night she didn't eat much except some cracked corn & grubs & she ate just a bit more this am of the layer feed & picked only a bit on dinner. My ?s...she was laying every 2-3 days. After the insecticide drops were applied(she laid normally up until the 3rd dose(a rescue group mentioned they followed a protocol of 3 treatments 3 days apart due to persistent infestation-which is what we had) so her eggs were always light brown & the last one was bigger & oblong & almost white. My concern is with toxic build up. Does this sound like a health issue? Is the reddish protrusion an egg? Thank you if you care to share your experience.