My Easter Egger, Goldie, has an extremely swollen vent and its very pink. She had poop all over her bottom. I soaked her epsom salt and have been feeding her yogurt. You can tell she is very uncomfortable. She is hunched with her bottom dropped.I have had her for about 2 months now and she has always seemed alittle off. I got her from a lady who had about 30 or 35 hens in a coop and pen area. My coop and pen are about the same size and I have only 7 but also let them free range in my fully fenced yard. I felt like it was very unsanitary for all the hens. I purchased three from her. She did not know their ages but said they were probably older. They hadn't been laying for her but have been for me. Two of them, including Goldie, had missing feathers. The other hen with the missing feathers now looks amazing and healthy. Same as the third hen. Goldie just hasn't gotten much better looking. I don't know if she has been laying any eggs either. She stands by herself and her eye lids have always been half closed. I had read about vent gleet and hens being egg bound. I think if she was egg bound she would be dead by now. I read it takes about 48 hours and the hen will die if it is egg bound. Vent gleet is more on an yeast infection. She has always had diarrhea too. With her vent area and abdomen being very swollen, I am concerned she is fatally ill. There a lot of heat coming from the area and it is swollen to about the size of a large grapefruit. Does anybody have any suggestions?