Hi all! Looking for further recommendations. Noticing the full crop in the morning earlier this week, I separated my chicken (6 month old black maran) from the others to start to treat sour crop. She literally had liquid just come from her mouth. I was able to get a good amount out, being careful not to over do it and give her plenty of breaks so she can breath. Earlier in the week it felt very much like ther was a bunch of grit in her crop. I took food away for 24 hours and water for 12 hours and it was still full, but better. I read one post suggesting coconut oil. She loved that and ate it up. I did that twice one day and massaged crop after. But her crop did not really feel like it had an obstruction. After the 24 hour fasting, I gave her yogurt and hard boiled egg with some baby probiotic drops. Next morning still full crop, gritty. I brought her out to yard, massaged crop, and more liquid, grass, hard boiled eggs and what not came out. I started her micronazole, about 3/4 inch, mixed into 1/2 scrambled and some meal worms. She still has full access to water (with ACV and probiotics in it) at this point. The grittiness has disappeared, just feels more like a full water balloon. I took her out to the yard to massage her crop and nothing came out like the other times. She has been on the micronazole for about 4 days (3/4 inch twice a day mixed into meal worms and wet chicken feed) with a little scrambled egg on the side. How long does it take the micronazole to work, if it is going to? How quickly should her crop go down? Eventually will it just be over night or over time? Am I giving a right dosage of micronazole? How much food and water should I being giving her while working through this? Am I giving her too much, too little? Could a chicken this young get pendulous crop? Should I be doing anything different? Feeding her any other food? Thanks for any suggestions!!!