A friend of a friend needed to find a new home for one of his Silkie hens, and so I agreed to take this one on. I am not sure how old she is, but she's been laying for some time apparently. From what I was told, she has a history of prolapse. She lays an egg every day, so I guess whatever happens, I'll see if the prolapse is an issue tomorrow when she lays again. I was expecting something really ugly, but her vent looks just fine. I've got her separated in a large dog crate at the moment, by herself. I got two birds, so they're both in quarantine, but they were fighting like mad in the box right before we got them home so I decided they needed to stay apart for the moment. Should I be worried about the prolapse, or should I just treat her like a normal hen until it shows up again (if it does)? Right now she's got crumbles and oyster shell, and I gave her some NutriDrench in her water. I was a little concerned that she was pooping huge, clear, runny poop. To me, it kind of looked like egg white, but I think that is likely a product of my nervousness over the prolapse stuff. I've read a ton so I think I'm expecting things that are not yet happening. The other hen was making big runny clear poo too, so my thinking is that they've just been drinking like mad because it is miserably hot around here. Does this sound logical? Anything i should be doing for this hen that I am not, or anything I should do differently?