Hi everyone- I have a hen (barred rock, almost a year old) who constantly has a puffy crop. I don’t know if it is just her anatomy, but it’s much larger than my other barred rocks who are from the same hatch. I noticed it first last fall, checked to see if it was firm (nope, felt soft and palpable), then watched to make sure she was eating and pooping (yep. Constantly). I added probiotics to the water to make sure bacteria and yeast levels were happy, checked her in the morning and her crop had not deflated. It’s been like that since last fall. She is active, happy, no respiratory issues, eats/drinks/forages/poops just like everyone else. Could it just be her anatomy that her crop hangs low? It’s like softball sized. I’m trying to attach a photo. I don’t want to distress her by a vet visit because she doesn’t seem to have any trouble with it. I massage it when she jumps in my lap, but want to make sure there isn’t anything else I should try? Thanks!