This morning I noticed one of my Gold Laced Wyandottes, Miss Jaunty Barret, had a very poopy butt. I grabbed her and it was a mess so I just soaked her in a tub of slightly warm water until most of the poop was gone. I got a good look at her bum while washing her and it looked like a prolapsed vent. It was pulsing like mad and very red. I brought her inside and noticed she had a slightly blue comb in one corner. I put her in a small puppy crate with cold fresh water and some electrolytes. The blue went away very quickly. I also gave her scrambled egg with Danonino yogurt. She didn't seem to care for it so I put some layer pellets on it and she happily ate some of it then. She still doesn't seem to want to eat. Also see has a whitish liquid constantly ooozing from her vent. It looks like cottage cheese and smells like vomit. She pooped just before putting her in the crate and it was more like dog poop consistency. Solid. Still oozing white yuck. She's 1yr 3mo old. I've never had a problem with her before this. She lays an egg pretty much every day and may have laid one this morning. Her eggs are similar to another hen's eggs. Out of 8 hens I only got 2 eggs today. The usual for this time of day is about 4 or 5 with this heat. It was coolish yesterday and this morning. It's REALLY hot out now so they're all hiding somewhere trying to stay cool. I just read that Prep H is good to heal a prolapsed vent. With the white liquid on her do I use a wet paper towel or a bathroom moist towelette to wipe some of it away before I dab some on. Do I try to push it back in with some Prep H on my gloved finger? Also on hand in the medicine cabinet are 500mg sulfasalazine tabs and 1000mg mesalamine suppositories. Might this help?....any of you out there familiar with dosage/vet techs?