I've got a small Lakenvelder hen (Telitha) that I feel most certain has crop impaction. She started looking droopy in her comb and wattles, and her feathers started looking a little rough. I didn't think much of it at first, because I figured she was getting ready to moult. She's only a little over a year old. Her crop is packed full, probably as far as it can go, and I can smell something sour when she opens her mouth. I tried giving her a small bit of canola oil at first and massaging her crop - all to no avail. Then I tried once feeding her a scrambled egg soaked in olive oil, as I read on here to do, and massaged her. Again, it didn't work, although she gobbled almost the whole egg up. I wonder if this whole impaction started with her eating pine shavings. I noticed one day that they were purposely eating them. If I have to, I'll take her to whatever vet I can find that is willing to do a chicken, which is hard around here and I know it will not be cheap. Anyone have any other suggestions that I could try? If I keep feeding her egg with oil is that going to help her or hinder her? Thanks!