Hi everyone, hope your having a nice day/evening. I'm posting this thread for some advice on what to do with my one my little chicks who we hatched in a incubator. She is around 3-4 weeks old, I'm just presuming she is a she also! Anyway she's always been slightly quieter than the rest but still jumps around chirping like they do. Yesterday however she was very quiet and closing her eyes a lot and taken less interest in everything. By evening she was doing that neck jolt thing what they seem to do when they choke, and sometimes gurgling up water in her mouth. After a quick search on the internet we believe she has sour crop since her crop was VERY swollen by this point but not hard, felt like it was full of water. We read to tip her upside down in small intervals gently squeezing her crop to bring up her crop contents. We did this and after bringing up some yellow liquid, she suddenly started chirping loudly and I believe she hadn't made any noises previously that day. Setting her back in the brooder she quietly talked to herself constantly, I believe it's the noise they make to a Mother Hen when they want to go under her. After a few hours she perked up, able to stand without wobbling and drinking by herself. She survived the night but however her crop still feels very full of water yet she is acting like normal today. We haven't fed her anything today in case it worsens her crop condition. So my question is what should we do now? Should we make her be sick more in order to bring up more? Or is it too risky to do it more and leave her? And should we let her feed? Thanks for your time! EDIT/ Also thought I should add, she is asking for food this morning despite her full crop, We separated from the others while they ate and then removed the food and put her back in, she went round picking up any crumbs she could find.