Hi all, been absent for a long time but popping in with a question. We've got 2 polish who lay enormous eggs: ~58g (roughly the same as our BR and BA!). This is Beaker's egg on the right: I noticed last weekend that Beaker had a mild prolapse. It's about the size of a small grape. We've been treating it with Preparation H and pushing it back in gently for the past 2 days. The prolapse seems to irritate Beaker but she's otherwise fine and the other hens are not picking at it. Question #1: From your experience with prolapses, what's the estimated time for recovery? I don't expect immediate results but would like to get a sense of how long before we start to see any improvement. Question #2: Should we put her into a dark room to try to interrupt her laying cycle? She's in the run w/ her flockmates and is still laying. In fact, she lays about 5 eggs/week. If so, how many hours a day of "night" should we shoot for to stop/slow her laying? What was that about polish being poor layers?!? Beaker started laying at 17 weeks and is a crazy egg machine.