Hi, all, A week ago we found our buff orpington separating herself from the flock, and she had something hanging out of her vent. It looked like the google images of a prolapsed uterus, although it was black and not flesh-colored. We were unsuccessful at reinserting it, so we cleaned her up as best we could and put her in a dog crate. The black thing has since disappeared, and a week later this chicken is eating, drinking, and pooping. However, her keel bone is very prominent indicating she is not really well (I think?). I let her out with the other chickens a few hours a day and she does not interact like she normally does, and one of our hens seems intent on bullying her. Her comb is still red. The issue is--we leave tonight for a 6-day vacation, and we don't have anyone who can monitor her in the dog crate. Unsure whether we just put her back in with the rest of the flock and see what happens when we get home or euthanize her as we had planned. I wouldn't feel so conflicted if I hadn't witnessed her eating and drinking today! Thanks for any perspective.