At first I noticed her being a little more quiet than the other girls. She is a 2year old red sex link. Then I noticed a mild case of what looked like avian pox. That freaked me out but she was Ok, and the rest of the flock is totally healthy and happy.Then she was REALLY acting lethargic, and had watery almost only water poop. I realized a rancid smell coming from her beak and diagnosed her with sour crop. Her crop was totally large and squishy. I learned how to carefully vomit the chicken, which I know comes with risks, but so does having a blocked crop! She definitely vomited but I didn;t see any blockages come clear. I've been keeping her now indoors on only ACV and yogurt and tomatoes. She lays down flat and sleeps for hours and hours and doesn't even try to run away anymore. When she does stand she is totally wobbly and won't really open her eyes. She has HARDLY been opening her eyes at all. Oh and her comb is pale and completely slumped to one side. She is so so sick and the sour crop has been sticking around for over a month. Finally in desperation to save her life, I tried what others have tried and started her on small doses of monistat 3 . She has been getting worse and worse daily. Last night was her first dose of monistat. Poor Poor hen How can I save her? There aren't avian vets near. Thanks for any advice.