I noticed one of my 9 week old easter eggers was acting lethargic and had her feathers fluffed for the past few days. Yesterday afternoon during a chick check I found an Australorp chick (also 9weeks) stuck on her side at the bottom of their ramp to the run. As I went into the run to help her, she began vomiting a tan/brownish liquid. Her crop was very large and felt like a water balloon. She has been separated since this happened. Hasn’t ate or drank anything. Spent most of the night fluffed up with her head under her wing. Found her roosting this morning, but still fluffed up. Her poop looks normal. No blood and not runny at all. Checked the easter egger last night and her crop felt normal, but still lethargic. Do you think this is coccidiosis and sour crop? A friend is dropping of some corid in the next few hours. I’ve seen posts saying to massage the crop and some saying not to. We couldn’t get a vet appointment until this Friday. Any suggestions? Symptoms: -Very lethargic -Vomited tan/brownish liquid after being stuck on her side.(only vomited once) - Large crop that felt like a water balloon - fluffed up - Not eating or drinking -pooped 4 or 5 times in the last 20 hours and they look normal. The easter egger has only been lethargic and fluffed up.