We are two years into back yard chickens with only 6 hens. we are in day two since we noticed our Rhode Island Red had a prolapsed vent. We separated her and have been treating her with daily epson salt baths, iodine rinse, neosporin, and hemorrhoid cream and we are keeping her in a warm dark coop area. Her vent has stayed back in for the most part but she continues to leak white poop from around her vent with some poop coming out. Yesterday poop was pellet like and today little runny. My major concern is the large amount of necrotic tissue around the vent. The vent still is sticking out about 1/2-1” but that is because it is mainly dead looking. She is eating and drinking but not to active. Constantly pushing but fortunately when she pushes it is not prolapsing. The advise I need is if she makes it through will the necrotic vent tissue fall off and regrow or should we just throw the towel in for her sake now.