I have a hen that just isn't growing her feathers back. I have brought her inside and she's living on my porch which is alot warmer than the coops. She has fellow nearly naked henfriends to keep her company. They've been constantly producing eggs since summer and they are overdue for a break. I had to take them out of their pens for them to stop and keep the roo off. No more piggy back rides. But i've been giving them boiled eggs, scrambled eggs left over chicken (baked of course) oyster shell, grit, applesauce. Even a piece of meat pizza. And of course the mixture of layer and scratch grains that I normally give them. I was curious about giving them poly vi sol for infants bit I don't want to give them the runs. Is there something I can give them to help them grow their feathers back. The porch is warmer than it would be if they where outside but it still gets down to the 50's. To me if I wasn't clothed I would be freezing so I figure they aren't warm enough even on the porch. I do have a heat light they get under at night but they need their feathers What do you all suggest? I'm sure there is some kind of feed or suppliment I can get to help give them a boost to growing feathers. One of them is already growing hers but the most naked one isn't even growing any down. I'll be making her a warmer apron that will be more like a jacket. But she needs feathers.