Hello all, I have an EE hen that is not doing all too well. About a month ago, she was injured by a rooster. He hurt her neck and she had a hard time pecking the ground for a week or so. During this time, I fed her scrambled eggs and her regular feed on an elevated platform. It worked nicely, and she seemed to regain her strength and even laid a few eggs. About a week ago, I noticed that she had a poopy butt. I took her inside, gave her a little bath and removed the poo. Checked her vent for an egg. Nada. I checked her all over, but found little to go on. The skin around her vent looked good. She felt thin, so I fed her another scrambled egg. She perked up and began acting almost normal again. Yesterday, she was lethargic and her vent area was poopy again. Brought her in, checked her out. This time, her vent had a chalky white ring around it. I did a little research and thought it sounded like vent gleet. I bathed her again, clipped the feathers and applied an apple cider vinegar solution to her rear as it's all I had at the time. I've used it for thrush on critters before with excellent success. I fed her a boiled egg and some meat. She went back outside and chickened around for the day. I let the birds out this morning, and she was moving slow. After breakfast, I looked out the window and saw my other birds picking on her while she laid on the ground, her head sort of twisted to the side. She was silent and didn't try to defend herself at all. I ran out and shooed them away and brought her inside. She looked so bad that I thought she'd die in my lap right there. I gave her a little dose of Nutri-Drench, which perked her up. I fed her a boiled egg and some meat, and water. She ate most the yolk, drank a little water, and ate the meat. Then she pooped (see below). Her vent is pulsing most of the time. I applied vinegar solution to her rear, then an anti-fungal cream. Does this sound like vent gleet? Or is this a symptom of something else? @casportpony @BantyChooks @Texas Kiki @Eggcessive Stature. Poop. Vent before treatment. Vent after treatment.