I just did a bedtime check on the ladies and noticed something hanging from my Wyandotte's butt feathers. It was a half of a soft eggshell. I looked closer and saw her cloaca was not right. It is partially exposed. I rushed her in the house and carefully extracted another part of eggshell. I cleaned around the vent with warm water on a cotten ball and atempted to push the insides back in. There was a bunch of white substance arounf the hole and i sponged that clean, trimmed the butt hairs and applied bag balm. The cloaca came back out, but it is only about a centimeter in diamer (the part thats outside).... i watched her poop and it was a bit labored and small, but solid. She is seperated in a large dog crate with water. Thinking about giving her some scrambled eggs in the morning. Tweedle is about 2.5 years old. Ive read about egg bound.... this isnt exactly that. Heard of prolapsed vent, but dont know too much about it. Any advice would be great. Ive done all i know how to do with this situation, as ive never dealt with this particular ailment. She is alert and pretty feisty, but obviously uncomfortable. What else can i do for her?