I have a flock of 5, one year old hens and Gypsy, One of my SLW, has had a golf ball sized crop the last 2 mornings. It is not rock hard, but doesn't feel water filled. It is kinda squishy. I haven't noticed any foul odor or regurgitation. She is still acting normal eating and pooping. Sometimes its solid, some times runny. She did poop quite a bit last night, as I went to the coop after dark to note where she was perched, to check the poop this a.m. We have been able to let them free range here in West Michigan since the snow is gone. ALL of their bellies have been bulging from all the goodies they didn't get over the winter. I feed organic layer pellets, veggie scraps, and the occasional scrambled egg for a treat. They sometimes get into the leftover seeds from the bird feeder. I separated her yesterday and only fed her some mashed and watery layer pellets with plain activia and gave her a scrambled egg. Her crop was smaller this a.m. than yesterday, but it seems like it should have emptied. Also did some crop massage. I cant really feel anything defined in there. I'm just looking for some guidance on what to do. Separating her yesterday seemed to have stressed her and the flock out a bit, so I left her in the run with the others with only pellets, grit, oyster shell and fresh water. I use hay / Straw as bedding, less now that it is warming up. This chicken has had a tumultuous first year, this is her 3rd home, hence the name. She is the one on the far right:) Thanks in advance!