I just got home from a meeting and when I checked on my hens found that one of my silver laced wyandottes had a prolapsed vent. I'm going to try cleaning her up and pushing it back in. I've read to put on honey and prep H and keep her in the dark on wheat and water for a while so she doesn't lay. Any other suggestions? Have other people done this and had it work, or am I wasting effort on a hen that should be culled? She'll be two this spring and she was a bit of a problem all last summer because she laid most of her eggs in the grass instead of in the nests.