Could someone please give me some information on the best way to "make" a chicken take olive oil and how much to give? I've only ever syringe-fed hungry baby exotic birds, and this is my first chicken medical issue. Details: She's a Rhode Island Red that's been lethargic since Monday, but I did not diagnose crop impaction then. Gave her vitamin water where she could get it where she was, but she was walking a little then too. Tuesday I had to work most the day and could not observe her. Today, I've had her in the house (dog kennel) to encourage her to drink and eat. Mutes have been runny and sometimes bright green. Crop feels full though I know she hasn't eaten in 2 days besides the tidbits I gave her this morning. Some mushiness to the crop, pliable, but solid pieces inside. I didn't notice it until I went to change papers a few hours ago and felt the very full, swollen crop. No malodorous breath, lots of panting. So, my instincts have said to massage, maybe vomit? maybe surgery? I've been reading the past couple hours that say those are options, but I'd like to try the olive oil first. I just don't know how to give it to her. No yogurt on hand, but I do have ACV, (and some very sour almond milk that's waiting for trash day to be thrown out. ) Thanks in advance for any help.