So our poor, sweet 3 1/2 year old Leghorn, Stacy, who just recovered from a prolapsed uterus for the past 1 1/2 weeks is back in isolation. We noticed that the other girls had been picking on her after her absence, but she was holding her own. Well earlier today she was hiding out in the nesting boxes so my daughter took her some food so she could eat because my daughter was concerned that the other 7 chickens weren't letting Stacy eat. I had a strange feeling so I went out to check on her a couple of hours later and couldn't find her anywhere, then I noticed her. I thought she was dead. She was buried in the dirt between the waterier and the bottom frame of the coop. She has a lot of small injuries around her neck and comb and is, I'm guessing, in shock. What do we need to do for her? She used to be the top girl in the flock. She's drinking some water and powerade and sitting wrapped in a towel in my daughter's lap right now. I think she's weak and scared more than anything and maybe a bit deyhdrated. I don't know how to get her strength back and integrated her back into the flock. She can't live in the side room of our garage forever. Suggestions? All caring advice is welcome.