Hey everyone, My 2 year old red sex-link, Bert, is very sick. She was absolutely fine yesterday evening, was running around, eating grapes, etc. Today, I found her sitting on the ground outside the coop and she is really lethargic, will not move and just sits there, and her comb is turning blue. She is also refusing to eat/drink or even open her eyes and I have yet to see her poop. She had pulled out quite a few feathers around her crop, and her crop is filled with fluid and deviated to the right (but nothing hard or solid that I can feel). Could she have sour crop? We also had to have our septic pump dug up and replaced 2 days ago, could she have ingested something that is causing an infection? She hasn't lost muscle tone, but is having trouble keeping her head up. Could it be botulism? Would it have that fast an effect on her that she did a 180 in less than 24 hours? I listened to her lungs and didn't hear any crackles, and she's not open-mouthed breathing, so I think they're clear, so what's causing the bluish comb? Any advice would be appreciated. What I've done so far: 1) Massaged her crop in an attempt to dislodge anything that might be present, 2) Gave her 2.5 ml of olive oil, 3) Gave her 1.5 ml of Trimeth/Sulfate, and of course 4) We brought her in, isolated her, and are keeping her warm. Are there any other recommendations? Any suggestions on how often to give her olive oil? Or water? Judging by how little she is moving, I assume she doesn't have long left, but I'm willing to do whatever to try and keep her going. Thanks for the advice.