New to BYC. We have a 7 month old black australorp, who is suffering from sour crop. I believe we caught it early on. She is alert and active, and has a bit of an appetite, but is not eating much. Here is the problem: 1. She is vomiting when she leans too far forward. 2. She seems to want to eat, but when she goes to get food, she throws up a little in her mouth maybe? She is clicking her beak together a lot, but I can't really tell what is going on. Here is what we have done so far: Multiple crop massages per day - it still feels squishy, gassy, and swampy. And smells. We withheld food for 24 hours, and gave her water with ACV and probiotics. After 24 hours, we gave her a small amount of scrambled eggs, and then later cooked oatmeal with baking soda, cinnamon, coconut oil, and ginger. The question is, is the beak clicking and vomiting a typical symptom of sour crop? Could something respiratory be going on? And is there anything else we can do? Natural treatments first, please. We are aware that sour crop could be a sign of something deeper happening, like worms, etc., and will get to that after treating the sour crop. Please don't just give us a bunch of random antibiotics, we don't believe in treating blindly, and prefer to treat naturally first. Thank you!!