Is she eggbound? If she is trying to get an egg out, put her in a warm Epsom bath for about 20 - 30 minutes and see if that helps her.Please help me my 2 year old australorp hen was fine this morning but when i went to check on the girls there was blood everywhere in the coop and i found her bleeding from what looks to be her cloaca. She has been poofed up for the past few days but i didn’t think anything of it because it was cold, there also didn’t appear to be any blood before. She has fully molted and has all her feathers. I brought her in the house in a warm area and she still drips blood every two minutes or so. Also every minute or so it appears that she is trying to push something out?? There is a little bit of poop or something coming from her feathers leading up to her cloaca. She has been sitting in place trying to push something out i think. I fed her a grape to which she bit on but didn’t tear to eat it which is unusual because she likes grapes. As of right now she’s moving around a little bit trying to get out. Someone please help me i don’t know what to do!
She is doing a lot better now. I managed to get the prolapse to stay in and she’s been walking around, eating, and pooping. So far everything has gone well.I just saw the pictures, she does look like a prolapse. Follow the advice given, that's my best advice. Poor thing.