Hi all, I just had a massive scare. My 1.5 year old Barred Plymouth Rock hen, Tilly, just started choking. I was bringing them in from their pen and I left her in the coop to go bring in two of her sisters. I come back and she has her beak wide open, trying to gasp. I pick her up and stick my fingers down her throat but I don’t feel anything, so I put her back down to see if maybe she can drink or move around or something to work it out. All of a sudden, she turns blue, closes her eyes, and collapses. I grab her and run inside. She momentarily wakes up, flaps her wings in panic and then passes out again. I brought her inside and flipped her on her back and started doing CPR by pressing on her chest with two fingers. She was totally limp at this point. She looked dead. She ended up waking up, thank god, and regained a bit of color. But she was still choking and I was scared to stop the CPR. My brother ran and grabbed a warm rag which we put across her throat/crop area and I began massaging the area. Eventually, she started breathing more normally and her color returned to normal. She’s sitting with me now. She’s conscious, can stand on her own, and she’s making little sounds every now and again. She drank some warm water. But I notice that she’s got a spot of blood on her face and when she was choking, there was blood coming from her eye. Not a large amount, but it was noticeable. I was just wondering what this possibly meant? I thought maybe it was just because she was straining or something but I wanted to make sure. Also, any suggestions when it comes to aftercare for her are appreciated. I’m gonna bring her back to the coop in a bit but take the feeder out. She’s a fast eater so I’m assuming that that’s what happened. Any ideas on how to prevent something like this again or aftercare are greatly appreciated. Thanks so much!