i have a hen that i noticed this morning seems to be prolapsed. her rear end is sticking out and hugely swollen. and bleeding. i got her in isolation, but i was running late for work as it was so i just gave her some food and water and put her in a large cardboard box in my garage. it is pretty dark, since i put another box over half on it and a window screen over the other, and it is cold. i'm hoping it isn't too bad for her during the day so i can take care of her this evening when i get home. from the research i've done around here briefly before i actually post myself tells me that there are a few options to try and take care of her and that they will either work or she will die. my plan at this point is to bathe her when i get home in an Epsom salt solution then coat the prolapse with honey. i will then bring her box into the house, since it will be far too cold out there for a wet bird. i'm hoping that will be enough. and on the plus side, i don't work tomorrow, so if she makes it that long i will be able to take good care of her. and now to try and get some help for my guilt complex. is there anything i should have done that could have prevented this? it has been such a harsh winter around here that i have kept my birds in the coop for the last few months and feel like i have been neglecting them (i have been out there twice a day every day to feed and water them, and do a visual check, but i have had a few weird injuries occur). i don't really think i've done anything wrong, but i need someone to tell me if i could have done more for them. thanks.