OK, I panicked a few days ago about a "big bubble" on the chest of one of my young pullets, and learned a LOT about Sour or Impacted Crops. So yesterday we see the same pullet with a very big squishy crop... I picked her up so we could feel it and see how she was doing, and she PUKED ON ME! I figured it was possibly Sour Crop, as she puked (yuk!) and it was squishy, rather than hard like an Impacted crop. I had also read that post and link about "helping" them to puke by holding them upside down. Poor girl - she puked about 6 times total last night with a little help from us. We put her in a Rubbermaid bin in the house with us, so we could watch her. Vinegar water (yes, apple cider vinegar) and Olive Oil soaked bread in with her. She didn't seem to eat or drink much, but I got a little vinegar water down her last night by touching it to her beak - she would drink a little bit. This morning, her crop is STILL big, and somewhat squishy, although it seems like it might be a little harder now. Is it impacted and we just got the backed up liquid out with the puking? Do we need to FORCE feed her olive oil to try to get things moving? She pooped a few times, very runny stuff, almost like gritty liquid. There are a couple "normal" looking poops in the box from last night, too. So not ALL runny stuff. But the crop is still big/squishy. Could it take a couple of days to go down? Should we force more puking? Force olive oil? HELP, PLEASE - any advice would be welcome!