Hello, I have a 2.5 year old Rhode Island Red hen (she is one of 2 RIR in a flock of 5). My chickens free range all day and I noticed her away from the flock, crouched like she was trying to poop with white crusty poo all over her rear (sorry for the lack of technical terms). I watched her for about 30 minutes expecting her to finish her business and walk around but she did not, so I gave her a warm bath which she was 100% compliant (not usual for my chickens). I cleaned her rear, and felt inside her vent for a stuck egg, or any sort of blockage from constipation and felt neither. Also gave an olive oil/water enema. Her rear around her vent does look slightly swollen, not overly. The feathers around the vent are really sickly looking. After giving her an hour or so soak in epsom salt last night I dried her off and put her to sleep in the coop. This morning when I went to let the hens out, she was laying in the coop, breathing heavier than usual (the other 4 hens are acting normal). I pulled her out, gave her another warm hour long soak and she slept most of the time. I've been giving her pediolite and molasses via a pippette and she really is hardly eating anything, a little bit of dried mealworms here and there but thats about it. She pooped complete water one time today and that is it. I am continually giving her fluids about every hour. She has laid in the same spot today on a towel in my house today and I get her up to try and eat a little food, she stands for about 2 minutes, tries to eat, and then lays back down and goes right back to sleep. She does have a droopy comb (it is still red but has a little purpleish blue around the edges). I hope I've been as descriptive as I can. I really pray this is something treatable; my chickens are my pets, and this hen has been though a lot (survived a neighbors dog attack that gave her a 2 inch tear in her back and killed another hen). Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!