12 week old speckled sussex, very active forager, almost never visits the feed hopper. She mostly picks and scratches in the run so I started throwing crumbled and grit around for her to give her a bit of nutrition. Had an issue with my birds seeming "down" with a few other symptoms over the weekend so I wormed them with safeguard and everyone is back to what they really should be except she still seems a shade off. I don't know, not having previous experience with chickens before, but her face seems pale to me and she feels thinner than the other girls. Combs and waddles are pink, face and behind her eat are white. Her crop was easily felt and visible this morning and she has had soft green poops with water for a few days. My natural instinct this morning was to pick her up and feel her crop, lightly massaging it in a cross friction method (I'm a massage therapist) working from top to bottom. It wasn't hard, mostly like firm playdoh with small bits in it. I have done this twice now. Just checking on her she seems to be ballooning now. It is puffed up and feels airy. What do I do now? Should I have left her be or dis she need early intervention before something extreme went wrong. A full crop first thing in the morning isn't right, so I jumped in, but... Her crop feels wrong still. Ideas?