Let the hens out into the yard today from their coop/run and one didn't come out right away.
RIR has very full crop, had some gut gurgling noises. Immediately brought her in the house into a bin to rest and try to recover.
She stood in the bin or a while, not really moving or interested in the water I left in there with her. Could hear the gut noises every so often, and she'd occasionally act as if the liquid got into her mouth and she tried to reswallow it. Didn't want to induce vomiting in case of causing her to aspirate, but after an hour and a half or so she sat down, which I assume added pressure on her crop. Soon after I started hearing gurgling noises; I think she ended up aspirating on her own.
That was about an hour ago. The gurgling has since subsided and shes back to sitting down. She still swallows (drink-like movement) every once in a while and I may hear a gurgle even less often than that.
I called four different emergency vet clinics and all the local ones are unable to deal with any sort of avian respiratory issue, let alone with a chicken. The closest that could deal with her is an hour away, and I think the drive would stress her out too much.
Is there anything I can do for her? The house AC is set on 79 and I don't have the ceiling fan on. I put a blanket over her bin to try to help contain her body heat without adding to her breathing/crop difficulty. I could put her in the garage but I have to work (from home) today and I'd rather be able to keep a constant eye on her, not that I can do anything if something happens.
If it doesn't get better by morning, if she makes it, I'll go to the local vet that will deal with chickens and hope they aren't exorbitantly expensive.