Hi all, I have a sick buff orpington who's been to the vet, and several hundred dollars later (!!) she's on 2x/day antibiotics (Flagyl) and 3x/day injections of Reglan. The vet suspected enteritis and crop stasis; her crop was full and mushy and she wasn't expelling waste. After two days of treatment the crop is down to almost normal, and her GI tract seems to be moving as she's excreting again. The problem is, she's not eating. The vet wanted me to bring her in yesterday (Saturday) to teach me how to tube feed, but she was eating some, just not voraciously, so I decided to see how the rest of the weekend went. Now it's SUnday morning, the vet is closed and my chicken isn't eating at all. The vet had recommended lay crumbles because it's easiest to digest, and steered me away from larger pellets, seeds, mealworms, etc. for the time being. I've even tried soaking some crumbles in vegetable broth and a little olive oil to see if that would be more appealing, but it doesn't seem to be. I've read instructions on how to tube feed, and can probably figure that out later today if need be, but I know it comes with risks (not to mention some trauma for the chicken). Does anyone else have alternative recommendations I can try? Perhaps easily digestible foods that might be more appealing? Any guidance is appreciated. Thanks!