We have a 7 mo. chicken with sour crop. She has been vomiting if she bends over too far, so we have not really made her vomit much. She went 24 hours without food, and then we fed her some scrambled eggs (a small amount) and a small amount of cooked oatmeal with baking soda, cinnamon, ginger, and a little coconut oil. She ate a bit of it, but seems to be having a problem with vomiting. It seems like she is vomiting in her mouth, and swallowing it again (sorry, that is gross). She keeps clicking her beak together. Is that normal for sour crop? Or could this be respiratory? We are massaging her crop several times a day, but it is still squishy and gassy. She is still alert and active, but is slowing down a bit. Is there anything else we can do? And is that beak clicking and frequent vomiting a typical symptom of sour crop? And please, we prefer natural treatments and nutrition over just blindly giving her every antibiotic under the sun "just in case." So if you have natural remedies, that's what we are hoping for.