**warning - graphic pics*** Last night when i found a lethargic pullet and bloody discharge, i assumed it was coccidiosis and medicated my flock. This morning, upon further inspection of the lethargic bird, it looks more like she's pooping out her actual intestinal tract. At first, i thought she was constipated for some reason, so i thought i would just help her get it out and then see if i could clean her up and help her heal. But when i put my (gloved) fingers on the part coming out, i realized the protrusion is lined. It feels exactly like the intestinal lining. (I cleaned some meat chickens a couple days ago for the first time, so this is a recently familiar feeling.) I've never read about this. Her abdomen is hot, so i'm assuming she's infected somehow. And i can't imagine how i could get it to go back in. I was thinking i'd try to clean her up to make sure what's going on, but it seems like the only thing to do is dispatch her. Help! I'm not sure these pictures will be helpful. Holding her upside down with one hand and taking pictures with the other didn't result in very good pictures.