I have a black Cochen Hen that is 24 weeks old. I am not sure if she has started laying yet or not as I do have a RIR that is just now laying but I found four eggs yesterday and one this morning and the RIR was seen in the nesting box, not the black cochen. She is usually up on the roost all day because when she gets down my RIR rooster and black cochin rooster both go after her constantly to mate. So I usually will go out and get her down and put her over in the fenced in yard periodically so she can have some peace. This morning I went to see if the RIR had laid her egg yet and I noticed the black cochin hen was not eating as she normally does when I feed her from my hand. She was turned with her back facing me as I went into the run and I see what looked like a ball of red blood at her back end. I looked closer and seen it looked pretty bad. I brought her up on the porch and washed her back end as gently as possible to see what this was and all I can tell is that it appears to be a prolapse...like her vent is turned inside out. She acts like she is trying to push something out but I cannot find an opening and the two membrains that is bloody that is hanging out is very soft like an uterus or something. I know nothing about laying chickens. Does anyone know what this is, or what the problem may be by looking the pictures below? What can I do for her? I have separated her into my silkies pen, they are outside all day so she has the pen to her self and they cannot get in unless I let them in. Thanks for any advise...this looks serious as there is blood dripping from this but I cannot find a point of bleeding, it looks as if they whole of it hanging out is bleeding.