Its been a while since I've had to post on the emergency thread but (sadly) I'm back! I have a silkie hen named Cleopatra who is about 2 years old. My chickens are kept at my grandma's house who lives just down the road as my mom HATES chickens, I have been extremely busy with homework and the chicks that I have in the brooder here at my house. I finally was able to get to my grandma's house yesterday and I noticed that Cleopatra had a very large mat of feathers under the vent, they were matted together with blood and poo. I also noticed her vent was very large and inflamed and bloody. It also had lots of spots of yellowish-greenish mucus and some of the vent had turned the same color. As I held her up closer to examine it I noticed it smelled ABSOLUTELY FOUL, like the only way I can describe it is roadkill. It smelled exactly like a dead raccoon. I immediately put some peroxide on it with some q tips and while I did I had to keep turning my head away so I could breathe. It bubbled a lot and It helped remove a lot of the yellowish mucus. I then applied a triple antibiotic cream + pain relief which seemed to help her. I then read online that with vent gleet its good to give them apple cider vinegar and yogurt but I had no yogurt so I gave her some sour cream mixed with the acv. WHAT DO I DO NOW??????