Good evening all, My 7 month old EE pullet, Sallie, has been laying inconsistently for about 4-5 weeks and has had a bit of a poopy butt for a couple days. She has seemed to be eating and drinking normally and acting fine even with the crazy weather we've had, but two days ago someone got in the nesting box and there was what seemed to be an egg without a shell -- it looked like just yolk squashed into the shavings. Today I found what I think was her egg with a super duper soft shell wrinkled up in the shavings but it could have been laid yesterday. It looked like she laid it while roosting -- they usually lay in a smaller coop elsewhere in their run and sleep in another coop cause they're just silly. This egg was dropped in the sleeping coop. She lays a super similar color egg to my two Ameraucanas but I think it was hers. This afternoon she separated herself a bit from the rest and was looking a bit lethargic with her tail a bit down. I brought her in this evening and gave her a soak, cleaned her bum feathers, and trimmed them up. When I picked her up from her roost a bunch of liquid projected out of her mouth. Her crop is fullish but I'm honestly not totally sure what it should or shouldn't feel like after a day of eating. She wasn't bothered by me massaging it and no more liquid came out. Inside her mouth looks normal, her comb is bright red, there is one minuscule spot on an eye that looks pox-y but I could be being hyper paranoid. While I was cleaning her up she projectile-pooped what was nearly water with a little bit of white. The skin under her vent is a bit red but probably from diaper rash. Her abdomen did not feel weird as far as I could tell. I've dealt with Marek's and some diseases but not ailments like this. Does this sound like sour crop, egg binding, respiratory, parasites ...? I gave her some oregano oil and have withheld food until tomorrow to assess the crop. Appreciate any guidance!