I have an old hen, my last original. She is a (suspected) Red Ranger hen, almost 6 years old. If I had to guess her weight, I'd say 15lbs. She is very, very difficult to lift high. Not for lack of effort, though. Poor girl has been in ailing health for years despite multiple treatments. I'm looking for ways to treat her/make her life more comfortable. Her list of issues: Chronic Bumblefoot, already operated on unsuccessfully Massive mite infestation, treated more times than I can remember Obese Lethargy Overactive Preen Gland. Her whole backside and area around her preen gland is SOAKED in oil and smells lightly like urine. Preen gland is cone shaped, very prominent. Missing feathers down front of neck -not from a molt Constantly loose stools Anything I can do for her? I don't want to kill her. I've tried: Baths Permethrin dust and spray Bumblefoot surgery Deworming Restricting food/dieting Epsom foot soaks Feed: Layena 16% in the past, current feed is 19% mixed ration (no seeds, mixed meatbird crumble and Layena pellets) Housing: dirt floor coop, tall roosts preferred by her. 24/7 access to outdoors. Please give suggestions. I feel bad Cyprus P.S I have not been neglecting her. She has had these issues for 3 years and I've been trying to treat them. Poultry vets are not available for anything under $200 here, my bank account is $438 and I have college next fall.