Good afternoon, I have a Red Sex Link chicken with a prolapse. I had another Red Six Link prolapse in the fall and after keeping her seperated for over six weeks, and MANY attempts to place it back, the prolapse cured itself. Unfortunately, I have another chicken that has prolapsed, however, this time the temperatures during the day were below zero and I am afraid the oviduct has frostbite. Is that possible? The tissue does not look nice and pink as the other did, it is black and hard. She is seperated and living in the basement, as the temperatures are still so cold. She is happy, eating and drinking, but I don't know what to do if the tissue has frostbite? I would like to think a few weeks time might be all she needs?? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.