I need help finding out what is wrong with Thyme, my 8-month old Speckled Sussex pullet. A couple days ago I noticed that she had an abnormally large crop. The crop feels soft and mushy as if it was filled with too much liquid. Today, when I was giving treats of spaghetti squash inerts mixed with yoghurt, a milky-watery liquid came from her beak while she was going for the snacks. She did eat the treats and also took scratch. She is less active than her flock mates, but the color of her comb seems normal. I have a feeling that she is in some stage of discomfort though and that she has been dealing with something long before I have noticed. When I inspected her crop I also noticed that she had lost some weight her breastbone was more pronounced than that of her flockmates. I have seen some strange watery poop, but at the time I didn't notice any of the girls acting strange or looking ill. I assume the poop was Thyme's but can't be sure. I have read a bit about crop issues, but am not clear on what I'm dealing with here and how I can help her get better.