I have been reading about crop issues for two days, but just can not figure out what to do as I have tried some things I read to no success. Here's the problem: 1. 18 month old Bard Rock hen, has seemed to be loosing weight. Now just under 4 LBS. 2. She began having bad pooh about four days ago. I added vitamins to the water two days, and ACV to the water the other two days. No change. 3. I can prominently feel the keel bone and noticed the weight loss about two days ago. Not sure what her prior weight was, just know that she now feels like a bag of bones. 4. I do not think she is laying, but everyone is slacking off and showing signs of a light molting, so it is hard to know when she laid last. 5. For two days I have been giving her scrambled egg, yesterday she gobbled it, today, she only nibbled about half of it. I have been giving her layer crumbles mashed up with warm water and about a tablespoon of full fat, plain yogurt for about four days. She also has access to the crumbles and fresh water and is housed in a pretty large coop with two other hens. She has access to grit and shell, free choice. She is able to have access to outside, mostly dirt as it is fall and all grass is gone. There is not standing puddles or vegitation left to sower. The coop is very cleaned and recently had a full change of beeding, straw, and the like. 6. I am bringing her inside tonight so I can monitor her out-put, if she is laying, and manage what she consumes. 7. I believe it is an impacted crop possibly sower crop. The crop is huge, and if I press my finger into it it leaves a dent, it feels thick and sludgy. 8. Here is what I did tonight based on all the info about crop issues. Gave her about 2.5 ml of olive oil, and then tried to message that around. Then I made the solution of 1/2 baking soada in a pint of water and gave her about 9.5 ml of that. We tried to to the upward message to press it out, but though we heard a slight gagging sound, she did not bring forth any liquid, oil, or contents of the crop at all. I am not sure how much more water solution I should give and I do not want to hurt or upset her anymore. I am bringing her inside so I can monitor exactly how much the crop changes. I am planning to give her scrambled egg in the morning, plus yogurt, and acv in the water. I have the baby vitamins I can give her. I think I will give her a day of acv and then a day of electrolites in the water. 9. Wondering if I should give the apple sauce, or if I should give her the molasis and water treatment to see if I can flush things through. I am wondering if I should give her any crumbles, in the past with sick chickens I ground it real fine in the coffee grinder, but I am wondering if I can wait and just feed water, egg and yogurt. Should I try to get some nystatin from the vet. Her breath does not smell but I sometimes smell a pooh smell but can not tell whether it is coming from her beak or her bottom. Pooh, just dropped on the floor is soft to runny and appears greenish on the papertowel used to clean it up. I do not want to cut open the crop. And, I could use any additional advice. The chicken is moving about, is still going to roost. She clucks a complaint if we pick her up. She is not as lively as normal and is the lowest gal in the ranks so she is kind of pecked so I think the separation will take away the stress also. Any help would be appreciated, I am afraid she is losing weight very fast and may not last too much longer if I can not get this crop cleared.