Hello Fellow Chicken Lovers - We have a Blue Easter Egger, whose crop we cannot get to an emptty state. We first noticed a few weeks back that she was making funny head movements. Always having quite healthy chickens, it was about a week ago that we finally figured out she was having a crop issue. We have been researching and trying to get her crop empty for a week today, and it is still not empty. -Her crop is *not* impacted, as it is not hard. --It is more doughy, unless she just drank, and it's a bit more squishy. -It is not empty, like the other chickens in the morning. - She is pooping, usually doughy poops. (Not a lot, but we haven't been feeding her much.) - Don't flip.....but we have had straw up there in their run, because they love to scratch through it. We haven't seen any of the chickens eating it, but it's possible she may have. Here is what we have been doing and have tried. - The first day or 2, when it seemed like a squishy sour crop, we did burp her once morning and night. (We know this risky, but we were safe as possible.) But it never resolved the crop. - She has been kept separate in our hospital-coop on the deck during the day, so we can watch and treat her, and keep her from eating. At night she goes in the big coop with the others - no acccess to food. - We did not feed her at all for the 3-4 days. Only water with ACV in it. - A couple of times we gave her yogurt, with grit on it. - Yesterday I gave her a scrambled egg, cooked with olive oil on the pan. - We also tried a treatment for couple of days that we found online for emptying a crop that is not impacted: giving her a 1cc syringe mixture of cinnamon, chili powder, ginger, baking soda, a squirt of lemon juice and water. It does make her poop, but hasn't emptied her crop yet. Her head-movements are much less often, and she seems otherwise ok. She is not losing weight or lethargic or anything else. But the crop is still not emptying. Since she IS pooping sometimes, we know something is getting through. And yet, something is not right. After a week of no real food, and all we have done, we figured this would be resolved by now. Honestly, we love her, but we're not really wanting to spend much money on a vet. Any other ideas of what is causing this, or what else we can do to resolve her crop issue and get it empty and functining properly again?