Hello everyone, new to the threads. This may have already been answered, but after doing a quick search i did not find an answer to the situation that just occured. My 4 year old wyandotte did not come back to the coop this evening. Went out looking for her and found her sitting in the woods. Because she had no signs of being ill, i assumed she was injured. After picking her up and looking her over, there were no signs of injury. I walked a few steps and heard and felt gurgling in her crop. I tilted her head down and foul smelling, light colored liquid poured out. Within a minute after this happened, she died this morning she was just fine. Eating, drinking, seen her on the nest 2 days ago (due to age, she laid 2-3 eggs a week) has anyone ever experienced this before? I have 3 other Wyandottes same age, and 5 each buff orpington and barred rock 8 months old. All act perfectly healthy.