I went to feed my chickens this morning and all was normal. I went to check on them again and I noticed one of the hens has a reddish pink bubble hanging out of her vent. I went and got some surgical gloves and eased it back into her. She didn't squabble or seem in pain when I did this. As my finger was up there I couldn't feel any obstructions. There is no blood. When I put everything back in she pushed it right back out. I am very flustered at this point. I've been getting a thorough course this winter on ailments of chickens! I lost one to sour crop, saved another one from sour crop, lost another one due to internal laying, I now have one who is sick and I'm treating her for what seems to be canker.....and now I find this prolapsed vent!!!!! I love my chickens to death but these past few months have really taken a lot of joy out of raising a small backyard flock! Anyway....any advice on how to get this vent to stay put? If I can't get it to stay in I fear I will have to cull her. By the way....she isn't slowing down from it. She's flying around the coop and everything. The other chickens also don't seem to notice her problem. They aren't picking on her. Thanks for any help.